- eBookBinder supports the most common text file types:
Plain text (txt), Word document (doc), open document type (odt), rich text format (rtf/rtfd), HTML document, Webarchive file, Filebundle file and text package file
But this is not all!
eBookBinder also accepts plain text files, Textbundle files and Textpack files with the following language markup formats: Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, Wikitext, BBCode, Smark
For supported languages, provides convenient automated tools that can easily convert documents in markup format into eBooks
When adding a marked-up document as a chapter to the book project, the marked-up document will be converted instantly. Please visit eBookBinder’s preferences to determine which file extension should be converted. All files with the appropriate file extension will be converted when imported. In Textbundle and Textpack files, the markup language defined in the info.json file of the corresponding file will be used.
sliceDocument white In addition, there is an excellent splicing function for markup format documents. If activated (option in preferences), eBookBinder can automatically split large documents into separate chapters (by using the title as the beginning of new chapters).
- Project manager and automatic save
On the left side of the main eBookBinder window, all book items are listed. You can add and delete as many book items as you need. All your project details will be automatically saved, so you don’t need to worry (exception, built-in chapter editor, if you want to save changes, the system will ask you).
Built-in editor for chapters
eBookBinder also has a built-in editor, which provides some basic editing functions, such as setting text as bold, reverse or underlined, and aligning text.
However, the best feature of the editor is the “shrink function”: select the text you want to keep and click the shrink button, all unselected content will be deleted. This is ideal for editing web articles to quickly delete all advertisements and navigational content.
- Advanced functions
The advanced feature is to add custom HTML headers in each chapter and custom CSS style sheet. Also review the preferences and add some basic values, so you don’t have to write them down every time you create a new book item.
In addition, eBookBinder provides convenient features to quickly rename chapters and add enumerations to them.
- Import ePub files
can read ePub files that are not protected by DRM, and create a new book item in its content, which can be edited like a normal book item.
- International character set support
eBookBinder supports multiple character sets. eBookBinder can use text written in , Greek, Hebrew, Japanese or Russian.
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