- 1). Connect your Kindle to your computer with the Kindle's USB cable.
- 2). Click "Open Folder to View Files" on your Windows desktop. A folder that contains the contents of your Kindle displays.
- 3). Drag the e-book you want to transfer on your Kindle from its current location on your hard drive to the Kindle Documents folder. Windows will copy it.
- 4). Click the "Safely Remove" button in the task bar. Click "Eject Kindle." Remove the USB cable when Windows tells you it is safe to do so.
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