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Old 09-23-2010, 02:11 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by cmdahler View Post
Open the HTML file in your favorite text editor and do a simple find and replace. If you are comfortable with a straight single quote, just find <92> and replace with ' and just hit find and replace all. Save the file and then run it through Calibre.

If you want a curled left quote, replace the <92> with "" (without the quote marks) and you should be good to go.

For a handy table of HTML codes for various extended ASCII characters, go here.
Thanks for the reply. I can/will do that, but I'm also curious if anyone has seen this before? 92 is not the code for apostrophe in anything I've seen.
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