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    Question PLEASE HELP with EBO (MSREADER) Files

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    while changing PCs I found I have a lot of EBO fles (supposed to be used wth MS Reader). MS Reader has been discontinued, and I can't open them with Calibre. Any other suggestions for reading or converting?

    Thank you so much!!

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    I believe the EBO files are located in the Annotations folder which is located in the My Library folder for MS Reader. The EBO files hold any highlights or text notes you have made to the book you are reading. The actual book uses the LIT extension. Not sure how to convert or even have a look-see as to what is inside the EBO extension.

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by seaeyen Hidden Content
    I believe the EBO files are located in the Annotations folder which is located in the My Library folder for MS Reader. The EBO files hold any highlights or text notes you have made to the book you are reading. The actual book uses the LIT extension. Not sure how to convert or even have a look-see as to what is inside the EBO extension.
    That's what I found too. The .ebo file just the annotation file attached to the .lit file, which is the actual book. If you still have the .lit file, calibre should be able to open that. Otherwise, you can try to find an old version of the MSReadersetup.exe file and install MS Reader on your PC. Still works on Windows 7.

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    Thank you Seayen and Icci!!! will go through all files Hidden Content


 

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