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Handy Book for Sony Ericsson P800
Posted on 8-Oct-2003 20:05 | Filed under: Software

Handy Book for Sony Ericsson P800
Handy Book application for Sony Ericsson P800 allows you to read electronic books in full screen mode on a Sony Ericsson P800. You can set up font size and text density. You can scroll text up and down using the Jog Dial, and even choose Auto scrolling option while reading.

Handy Book program has an easy-to-use text navigation. It remembers the last reading position for every ebook. When you return to the ebook you read before, Handy Book opens it at the page where you stopped reading. You can bookmark phrases in a text and jump to them again at any time.

You can easily create e-books by using a companion program, called Handy Book Converter. The program is a PC utility for making e-books from text files. It is supplied together with Handy Book for Sony Ericsson P800 software.

Handy Book Converter doesn't only convert text files into e-books (Palm DOC format), it also has several useful functions:
  • Remove forced line breaks
  • Add bookmarks
  • Reformat text
  • Copy e-books to the P800


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