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Create eBook

Output file name

You must specify the filename and the directory where you wish to save the compiled eBook.

Compiler

Shows the current status on the compiler. It also contains information about the compiled file. Just click on the Create eBook button to compile your eBook.


Compiler Options

eBook Icon

You can change the icon of your eBook to any icon you want, it must be a 32x32 pixels .ico file.


Autorun

Create CD autorun file: Check on this option if you wish to create the necessary files to make your CD-ROM drive launch the eBook automatically once the CD containing the eBook is inserted into the CD-ROM Drive. These files will be created in the same directory as the eBook.

Advanced execution options

This section is the most important of all, here you define the method that the eBook will use to execute. We do recommend the first option ‘read eBook from memory' but if your eBook contains problematic files such as Flash, Word, PDF or other, you should use the second option.

Read eBook From Memory
This is the default and recommended method of compiling the eBook. The eBook will run faster and it will be very secure. This method supports most files such as HTML, wav, gif, Jpeg, CSS, JavaScript, DHTML and many more. It doesn't support Flash, Word documents or PDF Files. Use this method for Fast and maximum-security eBooks.

Read eBook From Files
You should use this method only when you include problematic files to your eBook, always try using the first method but if some files don't work correctly then use this method. This method was designed in response to some files that are problematic when compiling to an eBook. It supports Flash, Word documents, PDF documents and many other problematic files. Please note this method can be slower and it's less secure.

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