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Old 12-14-2012, 06:55 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by RichardP View Post
Thanks for the input. I have no problem converting books. Have no problem saving them to disc. Just want to be able to save all the books I had just converted to a single folder instead of each book going into its own separate folder. Seems that can't be done. Again, thanks.
You are correct, using the GUI you can not do a bulk conversion and move those books into a single directly in one step.

I am still confused about your goal in doing this. You can do what you desire in the GUI in two steps. Step 1: Convert the books. Step 2 Save those books to a single directory. Converting using calibre the books end up in the same directory they started in. Using save to disk you can save them all in one directory as I indicated in post 3 above.

As theducks points out if you use the Command Line Interface (CLI) you can avoid the GUI and calibre's folder structure entirely and do it in one step.

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