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Initial post: Nov 13, 2008 2:42:11 PM PST
Mike Graham says:
Since I do a lot of speaking, I find myself using the my clippings function for illustrations and examples. When I transfer my clippings to MSWord, I receive a notice that I have exceeded the clippings limit and the quote I wanted is not available. Does anyone know how I can adjust the clippings limit?

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 13, 2008 2:49:06 PM PST
Selena says:
I know there is a limit ,but not sure how much. Here is an old posting from a reader about clippings:

I did a test with a DRM'd Amazon book and a non-DRM'd book.

Using text size 1, with the Amazon book I was able to clip 39 pages. I got the error on the 40th page.

Using text size 1, with a non-DRM'd book, I clipped 80 pages with no problem. My fingers got tired so I quit, but I think you can draw your own conclusions. I did this AFTER the first test, so the limit is not in the myclippings.txt file itself. All the clips from both tests were in there.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 13, 2008 8:29:32 PM PST
Cillasi says:
DRM'ed books are limited by the fair usage rules/laws/conventions, which means you can't clip more than 10% of the book (I think) because you can export clippings. There's no legal way to get around the limitation and even if you erase your current clippings, you will not be able to take more.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 13, 2008 8:44:17 PM PST
Selena says:
yes, I think th 10% limit is true. one can also take a screenshot of the page (a gif image).
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