Your Kindle allows you to read various documents wherever you go. Unfortunately, there isn't a way to transfer Google Reader files directly to the Kindle; you have to first save the Google Reader article as a text file. Once this is done, you'll be able to transfer the files onto your Kindle. While the process is a bit more time consuming than a direct transfer, it's also fairly simple and easy.
Load the Google Reader file that you want to transfer to your Kindle.
Click "Edit," then "Select All." Click "Edit," then "Copy" to copy all of the text.
Launch Notepad or another text editor. Click "Edit," then "Paste" to paste all of the text into your Notepad document. Click "File," then "Save" to save your document as a TXT file.
Plug the USB cable into your Kindle, then into your computer.
When prompted, click "Open Folder to View Files".
Select the TXT file you created, and drag it into one of your Kindle's folders.
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