Kindle is Amazon's line of portable eBook readers. Users can shop for digital newspapers, magazines and books using the Kindle. If you wish to alter an eBook's title---part of the book's metadata---you'll need to first have the eBook files on a folder on your computer. When you've finished changing the book's title, simply hook the Kindle back up to your computer via your USB cable, and all data changes will be made.
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Download the mobipearl script file (see "Resources"). Using WinZip or a similar program, unzip the mobipearl file to the following location: C:\Program Files\Mobi2Mobi. Create the folder if you don't see it there.
Download the Mobi2Mobi file (see "Resources"). You'll need to unzip this file in the same way you performed the previous step. Unzip it to the following location: C:\Program Files\Mobi2Mobi. Create the folder if you don't see it there already.
Click the "Start" menu and navigate to "Computer." From the C drive, go to "Program Files" and find the "Mobi2Mobi" folder. Double-click it to open.
Double-click the file that reads "Mobi2Mobi.exe" to start the program. Select "OK" and ensure the script folder is set to "C:\Program Files\Mobi2Mobi." Set your book folder to the folder hosting your Amazon books, so your program can gain access to the files.
Click "Open File." Pick the book you want to rename.
Put a checkmark in the box that reads "Book Title." Type in your desired name for the eBook.
Click "Convert" to save the changes.
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