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Old 06-21-2007, 02:59 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
With Project Gutenberg books in text file format, I just paste them into a word document, then run Stingo's Macro. This only takes a couple of minutes and solves the hard carriage breaks.
If there is an HTML version available, I go for that one. You'll get images if there are any, and italics. Its not hard to work with the HTML in Book Designer. if you use the text file instead, you lose what attributes and images there might be. So please use the HTML when one exists.
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