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Old 10-11-2009, 11:35 PM   #1
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Will Calibre maintain the links when it converts HTML?

I have some message board threads from my exercise video group that I would like to convert to an ebook. These are mostly information threads about various exercise video instructors and rotations. What I was thinking of doing was pasting them into an HTML file and then creating hyperlinks so I could jump to different sections e.g.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
thread 1 (link)
thread 2 (link)
thread 3 (link)
etc.
All text from all threads after

If I were reading it as an HTML file on the computer, I could click on each link and jump to that section.

If I imported such a file into Calibre and converted it to LRF, would all the links show up so I could jump to page 1 of the file and see a list of items to click on so I could jump to the relevant section? Or is there a better way than HTML to create such an ebook for use in Calibre? I am on a Mac so I can't use Book Designer...
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