I do want to have
something in place for doing this, but I'll send you the file, as I have a
couple projects going on now, and would like just having it in a format I can
Sent: Sunday, June 20,
2021 1:54 PM
Subject: Re: ePub books Re:
How to Read eBook Borrowed from OverDrive with
There are browser extensions to read
Epub for both Chromium-based and Firefox browsers. I’m not too crazy about
the ones I’ve tried, but they do mostly work. There’s also something like
Qread, which can handle the format. I think there is an add-on for MS Word
Ther’sa lso the Calibre book reader,
which apparently can be used for conversion – it has some command line tools
and I haven’t really played around with it. The main interface doesn’t seem
all that accessible, though there is an NVDA addon for it and I should
probably mess with it at some point.
think pandoc will convert epubs to other formats, too.
What’s the book? If it’s that old and
readily available online there should be multiple formats available
including .txt. Stil, if not, you could send me the book and I’ll see what I
can make of it – I have a bunch of conversion tools and so
Is Adobe the only
way to read an ePub book in windows?
I downloaded an ePub book, and I
don't know why it is in a format I can't
change to TXT, as the book is
almost 200 years old.
I downloaded the PDF too, but it won't scan, it is
likely protected as well.
Original Message -----
From: "Cristóbal" <cristobalmuli@...>
Friday, January 15, 2021 12:50 PM
Subject: Re: How to Read eBook Borrowed
from OverDrive with Jaws
downloaded the Adobe ePub version and then imported into Voice
I haven't found
them to be. I set my overdrive eBooks to only be in kindle
so that I can
read them on any of my devices.
On 1/14/21, Richard
> I had the impression that their eBooks were not
> Only the audio books.
> I've never tried to use it
on a computer, so maybe something is
> different now.
> If you
get one loaded, you might try using Jaws
Observation: It is a mistake to allow any mechanical
object<>to realize that you are in a hurry.
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> Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2021 2:28
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re:
How to Read eBook Borrowed from OverDrive with Jaws
... I failed to mention that I have searched the OverDrive site
and Google for assistance. The instructions at OverDrive do not
to work with Jaws. Some of the pages are not very accessible,
I have not located how to contact OverDrive directly for
> Ed Culpepper
> J Edward