Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Loading a dictionary, part of Creating Ebooks for the Kindle.
…We're getting closer now to our actual file being ready, but…we need to make sure there are no mistakes in our text.…In this movie, we're going to look at adding a dictionary to Calibre.…Calibre comes with built in dictionaries…for localized versions of English and Spanish.…But should you need anything outside of those,…then you'll need to get hold of that dictionary.…The spellchecker can use dictionaries from the open office program, in the OXT…format, and you can download those…dictionaries, from the open office extensions repository.…
Where she has a link to that directly in Calibre.…You'll need to be in the editor workspace in order for this to happen, if…you're not there already, if I switch out…to the library or browser interface just here.…Then you will need to right click on a title and choose edit book from there.…That will open up the editor.…Mines behind this window, so I'm just going to bring that to the front again.…From there I'll need to go to the preferences.…Now sometimes you see a little gear icon appear for preferences up here.…
- Reviewing ebook formats
- Converting to EPUB from Word and Pages
- Converting HTML/XHTML to EPUB
- Adding a cover image
- Editing metadata
- Building a TOC
- Adding and editing links
- Publishing to Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
Ebooks: Distributing and Marketingwith David Wogahn3h 16m Intermediate
1. Formats and Tools
2. InDesign Workflows
InDesign CS4 to CC2m 47s
3. Word, Text, and HTML
4. Tools of Choice
5. Editing Your EPUB with calibre
6. Editing Your EPUB with Sigil
7. Publishing to Amazon
Where to go from here1m 36s
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