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I have a CD of PDF files, is there a way I can convert them to ePub files? Is there an online/desktop tool that will allow me to do that?

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marked as duplicate by Keltari, Tog, Breakthrough, pnuts, Excellll Jun 17 '13 at 13:35

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unfortunately PDFs dont convert well – Keltari Jun 17 '13 at 2:51

Calibre is the way to go for conversion between eReader formats, it's a free cross-platform tools.

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As slubman says, Calibre is the best offline tool to do it.

If you want to do it one-off/online, Zamzar can do it as well.

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you'll have to do them one at a time though

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All automated PDF to ePub tools do a bad job, as they have a hard time stripping out page headers and footers and joining up paragraphs that span more than one page.

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Readability/Instapaper/Read It Later wouldn't work either. – Daniel Beck Jun 21 '11 at 17:09

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