Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Downloading Cricut Handbooks to Kindle Fire

I got my Kindle Fire last month and I love that thing! One of the features I love the most is that I can download the Cricut handbooks to it and use it to flip through, making it so much easier than dragging out my handbooks individually. There has been a lot of folks getting the Kindle Fire for Christmas and there were questions on how to download and view the handbooks so I thought I would do a quick video on how to download them and view them.

27 comments:

  1. That is awesome.. I bought the kindle fire for my daughter... She is only 10 but LOVES to read.. She is enjoying it. I will have to do this when she is at school.. I love how clear the pictures are.. so much easier than going thru the books.. Thanks for the video and the answers to all my questions about the kindle.. LisaMH

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  2. I wish I would have seen this before I put it on mine! It took about 5 tries and then I called Amazon Kindle deptartmen and they helped me out.... I am jsut not good with stuff like this... Now I am a pro like you! LOL

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  3. Thanks so much for making this! I'm going to do the downloads right now!

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  4. Very cool. I just got one for Christmas and am tickled pink! (except for the late movie watching habit I have developed. Nothing like laying in bed with that little movie playing LOL. Thanks for the tip. Just learning!

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  5. Wonder if I can download these to my (not Fire) Kindle? I have the older one.

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  6. Thanks for the info! Your video made this so easy. It works just like you said. Now I wonder how many I will be able to download and still have room for my books.
    Have a great day!
    pjballew

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  7. easy peasy!! Thanks! I am going to work on this tonite :)

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  8. Soo cool! I wonder if I can download them to my Toshiba Thrive. I'm definately gonna try it. Thanks for the info.

    Candace
    mypassion4scrappin.blogspot.com

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  9. Think we could download it to the Nook?

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  10. Already have mine downloaded and love it. You so enabled me when I read on your blog awhile back that you wanted one and that handbooks could go on it. I just wish PC would load the rest of the handbooks so I could keep up my collection.
    Also Kindle Fire owners don't forget
    everyday you get a free app. Go to apps and store and check it out. I have gotten some fun word games as well a couple Christmas books for grandkids.

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  11. Easy peasy! Thanks for the how to! Now to get PC to post all the books!

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  12. I have my handbooks on my Nook and it's so much easier to use that and my Gypsy when I go to crops (or just don't want to pull the handbook out). I also have the Circle monthly magazines on my Nook. You never know when you might be tied up with a long wait at an appointment!

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  13. Thank you for taking the time to share how to do this. I hadn't even thought about all of the possibilities with my Kindle. This will be a great compliment to the Gypsy.

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  14. Thanks so much for posting this, I have all of mine loaded on my iphone but am really looking forward to having the bigger screen on the fire to see them clearer!

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  15. OMG ... are you kidding me? This looks soooo easy to do. Now all I need to do is get a Kindle! I would love to have all my handbooks that easily accessable!

    Hugz,
    Carol

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  16. Thank you Okie!!! I did not know I could download these to my kindle.....now will you do a video on how to edit your video's???? I noticed that you were using a flip....I have a flip & have no idea how to edit ...would love some help...

    Crafty Queen

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  17. Thanks for the video~it works on the nook tablet~view in quickpro~awesome!!!

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  18. Thanks so much!!!! This is a lot better than trying to download them with the usb cord!!!

    You are a life saver!!
    Laurent

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  19. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I downloaded the handbooks to my Kindle Fire...all because of your video! What a blessing to be able to easily move through the handbook and see the images! My Gypsy now has a new best friend!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com
    cccscraproom@windstream.net

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  20. Where on cricut.com is the cartridge librar? I couldn't find it because I don't use their web site that much. Shame on me. Thanks

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  21. Hi Okie,
    I've just gotten my Kindle fire and I can't seem to find the cartridge library website any more. Is there any other way to access the digi handbooks now?
    Thanks for any help!
    Charlene

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  22. In order to download the handbooks now you have to go to the "SHOPPING" page and click on each individual cart and the handbooks are listed that way. I think you might have to click on "detail" but I can't remember right off hand.

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  23. This may be a dumb question,however I will ask it in any case.I don't have this gadget,nonetheless,I'm thinking about whether I can download the handbooks to my laptop?It beyond any doubt would be pleasant to view them like that instead of getting them out of where they are stored.@Sylvia powell.

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