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Old 11-28-2009, 12:24 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by fcoulter View Post
My problem with mobicreator is that it really is just a processing program for externally created content. If I want to edit the content, I have to go back to the original source files and edit them.

From what I can tell, Sigil lets me edit the document from within Sigil. This seems far more convienient. Of course, not having used Sigil, it may be less useful than I think it is.

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i see what you mean. in that case, yes, sigil might be a better solution for you. it will allow you to edit the epub directly and easily. and you can easily convert the epub to mobipocket.
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