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eBook Compiler Review


 
ebookpro I just wanted everyone to know that I have reviewed several compilers athttp://www.ebookcompilers.com

If anyone has any reviews they would like to add to the site, feel free to email me.

All the best,

Eva Almeida, moderator


Posted on: 7:18 am on November 23, 2000
drkwrytr I have been using the ebookpro compiler for some months now and have found that for my purposes (publishing fiction to my website), this compiler has many security blips.  First it was the security keys, now since I've downloaded the newer version, more problems -- this time in opening the compiled ebooks. Just thought you'd want to know before spending a good $90 on this program. Yes Michele is very helpful, but the program has become a major headache due to my needs and the many bugs so far.  I will admit though it IS easy to operate from a software pov.

Posted on: 8:12 pm on March 18, 2001
ebookpro Thanks C.L. for letting me know about the bugs in the program.  I haven't had a chance to test the newest version out since I have been busy with ebook reviews...

Your feedback is definitely appreciated and noted!

Eva


Posted on: 8:06 am on March 19, 2001
EBookCompiler testing (ignore this message)

Posted on: 4:47 pm on August 6, 2001
mberger Eva,

I read your reviews and found them quite good.  I would mention one thing  that you didn't (ain't hindsight great)!

I am about to publish my wife's cookbook, and one feature that Activ E-Book Compiler has appears to be unique.  The "Find" feature allows a reader to look for a specific word on the page.  I know they can do Ctrl-F to do that, but much of the target audience will likely not know that.

Am I wrong, or is Activ E-Book the only compiler with the ability to put a "Find" on the toolbar?


Posted on: 10:54 pm on April 11, 2002
EBookCompiler Mike, I exchanged emails with Eva over the last couple of days.  I think she is having a little break from the computer, so it may be a while before she replies - I'm sure she will in due course though.

I don't know the answer for other compilers, so we'll have to await her reply.

Goodluck with your wife's cookbook


Posted on: 1:42 am on April 12, 2002
EbookHeaven Mike,

I write fiction and use several different compilers to give my readers a wider choice of format.

Activ E-Book isn't the only compiler with the ability to search words. I know that Mobi Pocket allows "global" searches of an ebook--this is dependent upon the author/publisher creating the ebook in the correct manner though.

I also use ReaderWorks Publisher to create ebooks to be read using MS Reader. This reader allows searching, but it has a good many other features (like skip ahead by section) that I hardly use it. Again, I think searching is dependent upon proper ebook formatting by the publisher.


Posted on: 12:37 pm on April 15, 2002

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