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Old 11-19-2012, 07:59 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by talkinggoat View Post
I know there's a bug... I read the sticky, but Calibre is removing ll's from everything; even words like all will be replaced with al. I've tried using the checkbox to keep ligatures, but it doesn't do anything.

Is this normal behavior and something I'll just have to live with?
Assuming you have Windows you could try converting with MobiCreator ===>>> http://www.mobipocket.com/en/downloa...ilscreator.asp.

It creates a PRC file which you can then convert to EPUB, MOBI etc using Calibre. I convert a lot of PDFs from gov, edu, org etc sites. My experience is that MobiCreator is about as good it gets for freeware, and better than many Pay4Me products. I think it deals with the lost 'll' problem, I can't recall getting any since I started using it - I spell check the EPUB's I create.

If you want to try an alternative to PDF Creator I suggest Bullzip ===>>> http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php - I use it to 'print' locked PDF's so I can annotate with PDF xChange.

Good Luck - BR

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