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Old 01-06-2009, 02:17 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Richard Maseles View Post
I'm leaning toward converting to eReader from an HTML document so that the hyperlinks will export and I can also use the HTML version for something else, like Mobi. Has anyone else done this? What was your experience?
I can't speak as a publisher / e-book seller, but from a pure technology standpoint that's the approach I'd recommend. From HTML you can go to every one of the current popular e-book formats. There are two caveats to that though. First, you currently need to use different tools, which will frequently treat the same source content different; I'm working on solving that problem with format support in calibre, but it's still a way off. Second, at this moment in time I think the only tool which can convert from HTML to eReader is OpenOffice.
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