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Old 08-14-2012, 01:39 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by hollowayhouse View Post
In today's latest push of Box Sets of eBooks, a somewhat new need has arisen: multiple TOCs.

I have a box set I'd like to convert to mobi and epub, but I want to have TWO tables of contents: One at the front that just lists the three books titles (allowing reader to click on one and be moved to the first page of that book. THEN, the embedded TOC the reader accesses via Kindle's "GO TO" button.

I cannot find a way to create TWO TOCs. I then thought maybe I could code each of the book titles to link to their TOC location or even to the title page of that book, but I that's outside my skill set.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks.
ePub can do what you want with just ONE ToC. The NCX ToC of ePub allows multiple levels. So you can do it all from there nice and neatly. No need for internal ToC for the ePub.

In the Mobi, you can create the linked ToC and then have that jump to the ToC for each book.
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