On 05/30/2013 11:51 AM, James Knott wrote:
There has been some discussion about creating EPUB e-books from
OpenOffice and LibreOffice. One method I recently came across is to
use Sigil to create the EPUB from HTML. OpenOffice and LibreOffice
can save in HTML format, which can then be used as a source for this
I did some quick tests on this using one of the chapters in the
Getting Started Guide. I must say that I am impressed.
The only real problem I found was the screenshots or graphics.
They came out fuzzy. It is not that hard to replace them if they are
saved as a file. Converting an ODT to HTML with LO or AOO and then to
ePUB using Sigil works much better than directly converting ODT to ePUB!
Suggested setting for Sigil: Clean Source Tab
Clean and Format Type: HTML Tidy
Automatically Clean and Format HTML Source Code: check all.
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