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Old 10-28-2012, 01:55 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by MrB View Post
I have created my book in Sigil, put it through kindlegen and have been informed that - amongst other things - I need an HTML TOC.

I believe the latest Sigil could do it for me but I'm stuck with 32 bit Windows so I guess that's no help. Is there an easy way to produce such a thing, please?

Many thanks.
The 32-bit Windows version of the very latest Sigil is available now, so you won't have to make it by hand (unless you want to). But to answer your question anyway: it really depends on what you call "easy." If you have no problem manually coding html—specifically lots of links/hrefs, it's pretty easy, but can be time consuming. If however, you don't have the first clue about coding html by hand, it could prove insurmountably hard.
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