How to See Amazon Kindle Book Page Numbers

When you read paperback and hardcover books, you use page numbers for tracking progress and for discussing parts of the book. But, by default, Amazon Kindle only shows you your location in the book.

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RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
September 16, 2021

When you read paperback and hardcover books, you use page numbers for tracking progress and for discussing parts of the book. But, by default, Amazon Kindle only shows you your location in the book. Let’s find out how to see it’s page numbers.

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If a Kindle book has a Print Length section on its Amazon page, it means you will be able to see real page numbers as you move through the book. Refer to below image:

Book 1
Viewing Print Length

Once enabled, page numbers will be visible in the bottom left-hand corner of the reading screen (replacing the Location or Reading Progress).

First, navigate to the Your Library section in the Kindle e-book reader. See below image:

Book 2
Selecting an e-book

Next, tap a book to start reading. See following image:

Book 3
Tap a book to read

Now, tap in the top part of the screen to reveal the toolbar. Refer to below image:

Book 4
Reveal the toolbar

Next, select the “Aa” button. See below image:

Book 5
Tap the text option

Now, tap the More tab and select the Reading Progress option. See following image:

Book 6
Tap More and Reading Progress options

Next, select the Page in Book option. If this option is blacked out, it means that real page numbers will not be available for this book on Kindle. Refer to below image:

Book 7
Select Page in book option

Now, go back to the reading view. In the bottom left -hand corner of your screen, you will now see the page number. See below image:

Book 8

View the page number

You can quickly cycle through all the Reading Progress options (Page in Book, Time Left in Chapter, Time Left in Book, Location in Book, and Note) by tapping the text in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen. See following image:

Book 9
View the Reading Progress options

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I am Raymond Oglesby, an Information Technology (IT) specialist with 30 years in the field. I have taught Microsoft Applications and troubleshot computers in 15 countries and many States. My career was focused on mainframes and desktops from application development to implementation. I have written hundreds of programs for various architectures. I decided to start a blog to share my knowledge and experiences with you. I plan on updating this blog at least twice a week about smart phone apps to Windows. Please feel free to leave a Comment or Tweet. I would love to hear from you. Do you have a computer tech question? I will do my best to answer your inquiry. Please mention the app and version that you are using. To help me out, you can send screenshots of your data related to your question.

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