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Old 10-04-2010, 02:41 PM   #1
Davimee
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question regarding converting txt files

Hello,

I'm wondering if there is a way to convert a batch of txt documents into one long document? I decided I'd like to read all the Star Trek TNG transcripts (yes, I'm a geek ), and I found a place I can download an entire season in a zip file. When I open the zip, all 26 episodes are unzipped into 26 txt files. Is there a way to put all of those into one big file, having each txt file as a separate chapter? Or it wouldn't really even need to be chapters, but that would be nice. If they were all in one document that would make it more like reading a book, and easier to read. I don't care what format the end result is in, as I could then change the final format to epub, or maybe rtf. Although I think the Pocket Pro reads txt, I just haven't tried it yet. I've got calibre and sigil both on my computer, so would I be able to use either of those? If this isn't possible I guess I can just open each document individually, copy and paste into one large file in MS Word, and be on my way. But I'd like it if there was an easier solution.

Thanks!
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