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Old 02-03-2013, 06:53 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by bearstardiode View Post
Thanks JS. Okay, so I don't have to import the file. But you say navigate to where the file is. How do I do that? (All I could figure was going to "view" then "My Documents" then double click on the file. Then I proofread. Then back to Sigil to edit. Then update the file in My Documents, then back to Sony to continue proofreading.) Is that what you had in mind or is there an easier way of doing it?

(And I don't usually have my epub file in "My Documents." It's usually on Desktop.)

And while I'm at it (I'm figuring there might be an easier way to do this too). In ADE 2.0 I'm doing File-->Add to Library-->double click on my epub. Then to get out I'm doing Library-->right clicking on my epub-->"remove from library"-->clicking the "remove" button.

Is there an easier way to do that?

A lot of questions--I know. Thanks for the help.
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I'll leave the Sony answer to those who speak Sony, but, FYI, it's perfectly acceptable on MR to answer multiple people/posts at once, via quoting, in a single post. It will save you some time. ;-)

You can use the quote icon at the top of the screen, and then copy-paste whatever you are answering inside of the quote tags. If you want to, you can view quoted material to see how to attribute the quote to individual posters, OR you can, in your reply, indicate the poster by starting each new reply with something like, "@Hitch, blabbety-blab-blab." (Wherein, blab = your reply.)

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