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Old 11-15-2011, 03:52 PM   #18
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I've come back to thius thread because I was having a cleanout of old CDs and found a truckload of .pdb files i had forgotten about. whats the easiest way of getting them into ereader?

[Edit] actually after painstakingly uploading some to personal content on fictionwise and then downloading to ereader, I am less impressed with it than I used to be (also, yes I realised afterward that calibre would do the job). It was as slow as a wet week to open even a basic book like Tom Sawyer, and god help you if you changed the font size. I've dropped it again and am having calibre convert everything to epub.

[Edit #2] I've also discovered that eBookMobi reads pdb natively and thats one of the apps one can "open in" when accessing via safari.. its all good.

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