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Electric Quill version 1.5 is now available

Electric Quill version 1.5 is now available at my web site.

Jeff Narvid will surely tell you that this is the best Electric Quill ever. Of course I bribe him to do that. (I have to pay extra for him to use the words "QUILL ROCKS".

But if you don't want to believe what he says, go to http://esspc-ebooks.com and download the demo. I forgot to cripple most, well all, of the improvements, so you can get the same demo with a lot of new and neat stuff.

If you are a registered user, it is a free upgrade. You can't beat that.

Electric Quill v1.5 includes Rollups which clean up some of the interface clutter. You can move the Rollups to wherever you want, mostly so they are out of your way. Not only that but you can format chapter titles for right, center and left justification. You can also make the chapter title two lines instead of one. It will strip HTML code from text files (thanks to Jerry for the idea) and the search and replace is very powerful now.

There is a lot more in this version and if you are a Quill user you will love it, so come on over to http://esspc-ebooks.com and take a look.

Tell me Jeff sent you.

(It's so late that I'm punchy - but you will still like it! I promise.)
Oh by the way, I have a couple of eBooks on my site as well.

Ken
http://esspc-ebooks.com

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