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Old 03-14-2009, 10:46 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
What you can do is generate the ePub and then open up the ePub and add in the font support to the CSS and the fonts to the ePub if you are embedding. With the 505/700, we don't have to embed the fonts we normally use. We can just install them on the reader.
that is a very good suggestion. for detailed instructions about how to add css for fonts, see this thread.

the css can be edited manually in a css editor like dreamweaver or in any text editor (notepad, etc.). also, you can add css font rules to your conversion defaults (in the css override box) in calibre, which makes it very simple.
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