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which ebook compiler to chose?

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myanh I'm wondering which ebook compiler to buy. Can any give me a omparision chart about compilers please!

Posted on: 3:25 am on April 22, 2004
EBookCompiler Why don't you download compilers which offer free trials and then decide for yourself.

We do offer a free trial atwww.ebookcompiler.com


Posted on: 10:43 pm on April 22, 2004
myanh I down loaded some but very difficult and would take long time for a new one as me to makes comparision. I'm confuse of the security feature of compilers. the abillity of locking your refunded product, collecting customer emails...As I see in this forum many compilers are used so the best is asking experience user.

Posted on: 2:25 am on April 23, 2004
BillDugan Somewhat dismayed that your question wasn't answered, I went looking.  Even though I use eBook EditPro and have tried several other's trial version, I can't say for certain, which compiler is the best.  I suppose the "real answer" to that question will vary depending on your needs.

At any rate, here is a link that you might find useful:

http://www.eb2bconference.com/0702article-ebook-compiler.html


I will continue my search, and I ask others to help out the community by including such links as I have.


Posted on: 2:09 pm on August 8, 2004
BillDugan Here is another link that you might find useful:

http://www.e-book-zone.com/

I am constantly on the lookout for more resources and invite all to share.


Posted on: 1:00 am on August 18, 2004
TAM This link could provide what you looking for;http://www.ebooksnbytes.com/compiler_review.shtmlorhttp://www.ebooksnbytes.com/compiler_table.shtml

Posted on: 4:25 pm on August 30, 2004
Anthony Ellis Is there an updated comparison available. Seems like this page has been unchanged for ages. I know there has to be more new compilers out there!

Posted on: 11:21 pm on February 14, 2005
weblord the big plus for me is the rebrander included free in ebookcompiler, other ebook compilers are selling their rebranders and the cheap price of ebookcompiler is also a big plus but with powerful features..

Posted on: 11:08 am on March 11, 2005
pbrennick Nabaza.com must have done a bad thing as their account has been suspended.

Looks like weblord also is a bad person.

Paul


Posted on: 5:42 pm on July 6, 2005
EBookCompiler Paul, banning uis not about being a "bad person".

It's simply about whether they comply with the rules (click Register to see them), particularly with regards to ads.

Let's leave it at that.

I've seen your other recent post Paul and will deal with it shortly.


Posted on: 4:41 pm on July 7, 2005
easyreader I've tried most compilers, but my honest opinion is that x2net's Webcompiler is the most reliable for exe files.
Adobe Acrobat is the industry standard for creating pdf files.This is excellent but expensive.
Try download.com for cheap alternatives or buy a second hand version of Acrobat from ebay.

Posted on: 10:47 pm on July 23, 2005
patches I downloaded Natata ebook compiler, I suppose it was last year and then forgot that I had it on my puter.

I finally installed it and I really like it. The free trial version allows you to make 50 ebooks and then there are two better featured versions.

I think I am going to end up sticking with this. It creates an exe. There are freeware versions all over the place, that will create exe ebooks, if you want a cheap one. I've got several myself. Among them sbook, formati11 and others.

I like the ease of use. I like that I have a lot of options and this is just the trial version that I am talking about. The other versions are awesome too.

Steph


Posted on: 6:58 pm on July 19, 2006

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