To Create an eBook


What could be simpler. 

From a Word Processor

Open your favorite Word Processor and, depending on the program, choose Save As or Export. In Microsoft Word, "Save as type:" is "Text Only (*.txt)"

  • Launch TeBRConverter
  • Select or drag the new file to the dialog
  • Enter the title
  • Click Build
  • Done.
  • If using Windows Phone 7 and DropBox, the file will be ready for loading. Other platforms, copy the new file to your device.

From a Website

Using your favorite web browser, find the story you would like to read.  Choose to save as HTML only (without images)

  • Launch TeBRConverter
  • Select or drag the new file to the dialog
  • Enter the title
  • Click Build
  • Done.
  • If using Windows Phone 7 and DropBox, the file will be ready for loading. Other platforms, copy the new file to your device.

Large Books or Spanning Multiple Documents

Most full-length books can get quite big and may even span multiple files. Keep your device efficient by converting your new eBooks files into the TeBR format.

Using the PC Desktop version of the TeBRConverter, you will be prompted to select the first file (HTML, TXT, LIT or FB2.)

LIT and FB2 files are converted as a single unit and cannot be added to or modified.

If you selected a TXT or HTML file, you will be able to add, remove, and rearrange the files in your eBook.  Add images referred to in the HTML files, and use the Add Cover Image to insert cover art.

Finally, give your eBook a title and fill in author, copyright, etc.

If using Windows Phone 7 and DropBox, the file will be ready for loading. Other platforms, copy the new file to your device.

Password and DRM

If you have important documents, you may wish to use the TeBR format to lock them for you.  Using DRM, a document stolen from you cannot be read on any other device or PC. Using the password feature, the document can't even be read if your device is lost or stolen.

Expired eBooks 

eBooks created with the Trial or Lite version are only accessable for a period of two weeks from the date of creation.  Registered users have the ability to create eBooks without expiry.