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Old 02-02-2005, 05:39 AM   #1
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eLibPro 1.3 - Windows tool to organize your e-books

Having so many books, wouldn't it be nice to have a software application to manage all of them?

From the description: eLibrary is such a software utility to manage your personal book collection (both print books and ebooks). Book information can be downloaded from the Internet; what you need to do is just enter one or more ISBNs, or simply use your barcode scanner.

eLibrary is free and a really valuable tool for every serious e-book reader (I am using it, too). Only caveat: it requires Windows.

Click here for the free download.
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Thanks for the link, Alex. I think I'll find this useful

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