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Old 10-06-2010, 03:13 AM   #1
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Using Sigil & Calibre to create a Novel Notebook

It occurred to me this morning that Sigil and Calibre could be used together to create a novel notebook that someone could have handy on their notebook computer.
Sigil is very well suited to making chaptered ebooks out of plain text files after all and then you can run the resulting epub through Calibre to create a Mobipocket book. Then you can open the book in the Mobipocket reader and refer to it while on the go when you are trying to write the book itself.
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