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From Fan Zheng <>
Subject Re: Save as mobi or prc and epub
Date Thu, 12 Jul 2012 13:51:09 GMT
Hi, Cherise:

So sorry that I missed this thread before, which I am actually interested

About the e-book exporting stuff, would you please tell me more about the
details you want? Or whether could you please answer my following questions?

1. When exporting to an e-book, should we consider the fidelity as we
always do for the other kind exchange file exporting?
2. should such exported e-book files could be auto-fit-able for different
reading devices?
3. What should be the good design, for certain contents, page
header/footer/footnote/reference for example?
4. Whether the PDF file can not satisfy your e-book requirements, and why?
5. The large scale and in-split-able objects, a big figure for example,
should be zoomed for presenting?
6. As the wireless printing, Air Print and Cloud Print for example, is
coming popular, do you also have such requirement on e-book?
7. The contents inside a e-book should be designed to be able to be
selected and COPY/PASTE?
8. What should be a good design for splitting tables in e-book?

Maybe questions above are somehow ridiculous to an experienced e-book user.
Sorry for that. I have to confess that, I want to help AOO to own such kind
capability on exporting e-books, but I have very little user experiences as
a e-book reader. So thank you so much for your tips on that!

Have a good day.

2012/7/11 Rob Weir <>

> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 8:26 PM, Cherise Kelley
> <> wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > Is there any chance that Open Office will add the option to save as
> > Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing ready mobi or prc
> > and Barnes and Noble ready epub
> > and iBookstore ready files, etc?
> >
> Hello Cherise,
> There are some extensions that give some ebook support, which you can
> find by searching our extensions site here:
> However, I am not aware of any current initiative to add such support
> to the core program.
> Apache OpenOffice is an open source software, programmed, translated,
> tested and supported by volunteers.   So there is certainly the
> possibility to add such support, but only if volunteers step up to
> write the code, or an author of existing code agrees to contribute it
> to the project.  If you know anyone who might be interested in this,
> please send them here, to this mailing list.
> Regards,
> -Rob
> > Users currently go through convoluted methods to do this, involving
> three or more applications.
> >
> >,120045.0.html
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Cherise Kelley
> >
> >

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