Perhaps you’ve considered purchasing a PDF eBook but have held back because you’ve never dealt with that format. Maybe you think you’re going to have to sit in front of your computer screen to read it and don’t realize it can be transferred to your Kindle or iPad or other tablet.
I’m here to help! And you won’t believe how easy it is! There are other ways of going about it, but I have found this one to be the most convenient and neatest (since it’s so easy to format the file name and make sure the author’s name is correct).
The very first thing you need to do is make sure you have an Amazon account and your device is registered. You can double-check by going to My Account > Manage Your Kindle > Manage Your Devices to see if it’s there.
Next, download Send to Kindle from Amazon’s website. It’s available for both PC and Mac. Then install it on your computer.
(From here on out, the instructions are for a PC, but I imagine following along with a Mac will be fairly straightforward.)
Once you download a PDF book to your computer, right-click on the file and choose Send to Kindle from the menu.
You will see a screen like this: