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Old 03-30-2009, 11:00 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by zelda_pinwheel View Post
yes ; i add tags using calibre, you're right, but calibre creates a collection for *each* tag i add ; so of course it's best not to add 300 tags. but i like it, that way i can put a book in more than one collection rather than trying to choose which is better and easily find it however i look.
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Originally Posted by pilotbob View Post
Yes, I believe you can. But that is what tags in calibre do. IF you have a book with two tags, when you "send to reader" that book should be in both collections named for that tag.

BOb
I was aware that I could put a book in more than one collection in eBook Library.

The only confusing part was that there was no mention of Calibre up to this point. I assumed you were referring to Calibre tags; a newer member, from which this question was posed, might not have made that connection.

WDE.
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