Thursday, April 06, 2006

Ebook Compiler - free download



The Active Ebook compiler enables you to create ebooks as .exe files.

This free version allows you to create as many ebooks as you wish as long as you do not sell them.

If you wish to sell your ebooks, you need to register your copy of the Active Ebook Compiler.

Download the free version here:
http://hop.clickbank.net/?ronpass/wildcom2


The software is a powerful professional quality tool, that makes it simple for anybody to get started in E-Book Publishing.
  • If you can create web pages - then you can create and publish E-Books.
    (and even if you can't, modern word processors usually include a "Save As HTML" feature).

  • Simply create a set HTML files containing the information you want to sell, and then run Activ E-Book Compiler - and you'll have a self-contained Windows Program (".EXE") which users can download and run, to view your E-Book. You can even restrict access to parts of your E-Book with passwords, include links to relevant web sites, or sell advertising space in your E-Book.

  • Anybody with Windows 95 or better, and Internet Explorer 4 or later, which is of course the vast majority of web surfers, can use your E-Books.

  • The software includes an amazing range of features that allow you to easily create great E-Books.

  • Download a fully working version of the software for free.

Refer the Joint Venture Marketing posting for an example of an ebook I created recently.

I developed the ebook/report in Ms Word with each chapter as a separate document. I then saved each document as a html file (via MsWord) and stored them in a "source folder".

Then I opened the ebook compiler and told it where the source files were and it created the ebook/report in 30 seconds.

Ebooks are excellent marketing and educational tools as they can have hotlinks, images, and colour and are created with a computer generated table of contents and internally linked pages.

You can get your free copy here:
http://hop.clickbank.net/?ronpass/wildcom2


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