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Malik Ibrahim It is the first time for me to use the complier or trying to make e-book.  I am planning to make e-book for myself to help my study and references.  I am collecting articles or part of it from the webs (MDconsult, medline,) I am copying and pasting in word 02. I saved it as HTL .I followed the procedures to make the C:\MyBook\source files. When I open the complier and then the source file nothing will be there despite all the documents saved as HTL. I spent more than 10 hrs yesterday. I am just fad up. In addition how do you make the link between the pages? Do I need to do that, especially all the documents are linked originally on the website? Please, help me.

Posted on: 6:58 am on May 18, 2003
EBookCompiler You need to check where you are saving the HTML files, and this matches up with the source folder you selected in the compiler

Look in Getting Started Section of our Help for how to make pages, links, etc.

If you use somebody else's content in your ebook, make sure you have permission from the copyright holder to use them in this way,


Posted on: 7:31 pm on May 20, 2003
Malik Ibrahim Hi
Thank you for your reply. I identified the problem and I managed to make my first ebook. It was very easy when I did the right procedures.  It was quite enjoyable. Unfortunately I have another problem.
How to down load the ebook to microsoft reader on my pocket PC??  This is what I am after. I am inpatiently waiting for your help.
thanks again and have a nice day.
malik Ibrahim

Posted on: 12:48 am on May 21, 2003
EBookCompiler Our compiler and the ebooks it makes are for Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000, Me or XP only

Handhelds generally use Microsoft Windows CE or PalmOS, both of which are very different.

So, to cut a long short story, unfortunately you can't


Posted on: 3:46 am on May 21, 2003

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