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    using google

    My dh showed me this today and I had to share. If you Google __ Google.books___ a box appears and you can put in whatever subject you want to see in book form. I put in quilting, and all these quilting books popped up. The whole book!! You can access all kinds of magazines and books in all subjects for free. I hope you all enjoy. I know I will. Gina

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    Thanks for sharing your hubby's knowledge. That's really neat.
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    Wow thanks...makes you wonder what else is out there we don't know. lol

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    Thanks for the info. I will have to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike'sgirl View Post
    My dh showed me this today and I had to share. If you Google __ Google.books___ a box appears and you can put in whatever subject you want to see in book form. I put in quilting, and all these quilting books popped up. The whole book!! You can access all kinds of magazines and books in all subjects for free. I hope you all enjoy. I know I will. Gina
    Thanks, didn't know this but..................it isn't the whole book. Just preview of some of the pages. The pages cannot be saved unless you use a capture program. It is still fun to look!
    Life is good!

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    I do this all the time. Only really old books have the entire book available as far as I know, but it is a handy tool.

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    Well bless your darling husband's heart that's cool.

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    Thanks for sharing..

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    Strange.....when I try to subscribe to this thread, Malwarebytes blocks it. Wonder why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosalind View Post
    Thanks, didn't know this but..................it isn't the whole book. Just preview of some of the pages. The pages cannot be saved unless you use a capture program. It is still fun to look!

    Well the books I saw was the whole book. Look down past the ads and see the whole books.

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