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Old 04-10-2007, 04:35 PM   #20
tsgreer
Lovin' the e-book life...
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I'd like to do some as well, but I am on a Mac (non-Intel) and I can't get BD to work in Virtual PC.

I use a great little program called Libriate that makes LRF's for the Mac, but it doesn't have the option to make table of contents. I can make a cover (being a graphic designer, it's my fav part of the process) and nicely formatted text, but little else. Works great for me personally but I know others like the working TOC. Sorry!!

Or how important is the table of contents to people? I can try and post some stuff but it won't have the flair of Harry's excellent books...
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