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Old 05-23-2008, 05:45 PM   #6
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by sassanik View Post
I just converted a .lit file to .imp, I can open the file just fine, however the book seems to have been aligned to the right side margin instead of the left.

Suggestions? Ideas on how to fix this?
The .html and .opf files are leftover when the .lit conversion is finished. You can check the .html for the <p> formatting to see if there is a <p align=right> for each line or a <style> rule making the default <p> behaviour 'p {text-align: right}'. If so, remove it of substitute 'right' with either 'left' or 'justify'.

To re-create the .imp ebook, after editing the .html as per above, you should use the (free) eBook Publisher software from ETI. Even though eBookwise Librarian can create ebooks, the eBook Publisher software allows better control but however needs much more working knowledge of HTML.
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