I think the WMZ files are from a PowerPoint conversion (?) or something like that Try double clicking on em in the Files tab on the compiler and Exclude them see if it makes a difference to the e-book's appearnace.
The duplicate files are probably also from some conversion, you can manually fix the HTML coding if you have the same pic in each page/file. You only need 1 copy of the pic, just the HTML coding must be right.
I'm gonna be offline for a bit (see announcement forum), but you can list your e-book ebookjungle.com (it won't appear till I get back online) in the free ads forum here and checkwww.ebooksubmit.comfor more places
Eva - ebooksnbytes.com (link at the bottom of the page) - has reviews on some of her sites, she can update you on the submission process
Thanks for your reply. I know you are gone for a while (at the beach<G>?)
If I remove the .wmz files the graphics will not load. My book is too big (1.2mb) and I am struggling to learn what I can keep and what not to keep. I think I'll cut content to keep graphics. These are for free to get email addresses on my website.
I put the .exe file named WeeklyWisdoms#1.exe on my site with WS_FTP and hyperlinked it to a "Free Ebook Here". The link won't work. Any suggestions? I am checking with my hosting service for advice as well.
I appreciate your support. It is all the difference in good software. (Or anything else for that matter!) I should know. I am a personal coach and deal with a lot of entrepeneurs and that is one of their biggest challenges!
If using UNIX hosting make sure to match the case as BOOK.EXE and book.exe are not the same file name
If using NT hosting, make sure your host turns off the execute permission for the directory where the EXE file is
You can try fiddling around with the graphics options when you save into HTML from powerpoint. There are quite a few. Try it into different folders each time, and see which produces the best result.
Also another idea which works good for me with GIFs and JPEGS from Word. Is the pics are often much bigger (in size in pixels) than they need to be -- so maybe try loading these pics into a graphics program and resize/resample them to a smaller size. I did this on one e-book and more than halfed the size of his e-book with no visible difference.
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