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Old 11-22-2007, 02:34 AM   #2
delphidb96
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Does anyone know if publishers are locked into the Kindle's proprietary format, or is it possible for the University of Chicago to have a book available in both the Kindle and Mobibook format?
If I understand correctly, the non-DRM version of Amazon's AZW ebook is just a simple .PRC file with an .AZW extension. So you should have no problem creating a non-DRM .MOBI or .PRC file using Mobigen, Mobipocket Creator or BookDesigner and renaming the extension to .AZW. Now if you want a DRM'd .AZW, that will probably have to go through Amazon's online DTP process, I would guess.

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