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Old 02-19-2010, 07:21 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by mowbray View Post
The idea of saving documents directly to mobi is a nice one, but I dont want to have to use a different wordprocessor especially for documents for the Kindle - I want to get the normal documents that I would usually print out onto the Kindle so I dont have to print them.
Just for clarity sake "BookCreator" is a MS Word template and not a new program.
To get the macros to work you must either attach the template to the word document or import the word document to the marco.

I use the latter approach as it is much faster and easier, you also do not lose any formatting that way.
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