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Old 10-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #201
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thanx for the link and the info about the percentage! such a solution is helpful - but it is not the "end of line" - a solution in the process of the epub-saving would be more comfortable... :-)
I am not sure what solution you mean. You can specify page margins directly in the "Save as eBook" window of Atlantis, and use those values for all your eBooks generated by Atlantis. What could be more comfortable? You do not need to specify page margins for each and every document you save as eBook.
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