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I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original fonts (2 fonts).

(i am not asking if Hebrew works - that's a separate discussion)

I already tried embedding the fonts in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original fonts during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original fonts (2 fonts).

I already tried embedding the fonts in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original fonts during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original fonts (2 fonts).

(i am not asking if Hebrew works - that's a separate discussion)

I already tried embedding the fonts in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original fonts during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

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Can How can I read Hebrew .docx files with their original fonts on a Kindle Paperwhite?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original fontfonts (frank raul2 fonts).

I already tried embedding the fontfonts in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original fontfonts during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

Can I read Hebrew .docx files with their original fonts on a Kindle Paperwhite?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original font (frank raul).

I already tried embedding the font in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original font during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

How can I read Hebrew .docx files with their original fonts on a Kindle Paperwhite?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original fonts (2 fonts).

I already tried embedding the fonts in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original fonts during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

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I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original font (frank raul).

I already tried embedding the font in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original font during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original font (frank raul).

I already tried embedding the font in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work.

Is there a different way to do it?

I have Hebrew documents (.docx file format) on a PC which I want to read on my Kindle Paperwhite with their original font (frank raul).

I already tried embedding the font in Word (pressing file > options > save > embed fonts) before converting it or using Send to Kindle, which didn't work (i.e. it lost it's original font during conversion).

Is there a different way to do it?

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