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Old 07-18-2008, 01:07 AM   #39
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Originally Posted by TallMomof2 View Post
By navigate you need to use the cd command (change directory).

For example on my PC is goes something like this:

cd c:\documents and settings\XXXX\my documents\my ebooks

When I've entered this my command prompt changes to:

c:\documents and settings\XXXX\my documents\my ebooks>

What I do is keep a window open showing my ebooks that I want to massage. At the top of the window will be the path so I don't have to try and remember it or write it down on a sticky note that I invariably misplace when I need it. And since all the files are right there in the window I can easily type them into the kindlefix.py script.

HTH
Many thanks for such a quick response.
Command Prompt now tells me
Import Error: No module named .prc

I never even got that far before.
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