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For online books, - what are mac users using?

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The only thing I am aware of that I would use myself (when I finally get around to it !!) is something called 

http://issuu.com/

 

For software that you can purchase and then import your own content - I am afraid I dont know.  What I like with websites such as Issuu is that I wouldnt have to spend hours and hours of getting my head around the intricacies of yet another software package.  It would be interesting to hear if any one on here knows or and has used any of this kind of particular software.  Hope you manage to get somewhere with this

 

Aine

 

http://printmakingart.blogspot.com/

 

I have used issuu for four publications (costs nothing and you can embed it on your own website) and have found it easy enough.

Thanks.

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