eBook Organizer helps you to keep your e-book collection organized. This comprehensive cataloging tool will allow you to gather and put together all those electronic books you keep all over your system drives, add professional bibliographic data to them, group them under different categories, and export the entire catalog to either an HTML file or an Excel CSV spreadsheet.
This electronic catalog can scan all your disks looking for e-books in PDF, Microsoft text and other formats (DOC, XLS, RTF, PPT, TXT, LIT, and EBO), as well as audio books in MP3. The good news is that you can add and remove as many file extensions as you wish. Thus, all those e-book formats falling outside the Microsoft Reader scope can also be part of your library (such as EPUB or MOBI). Or you may decide to remove some MS Office formats (like XLS or PPT) that you do not normally associate with electronic books.
The program offers you the possibility of gathering cataloging information for your e-books in an effortless and automatic manner. You just need to type in a book's ISBN number (both ISBN-10 and ISBN-13 are supported) and then let your Organizer find its bibliographic data on the Internet. Data is roughly divided into two main groups – data about the book, and data about the electronic file. You can even add up to two URLs to locate the book itself or relevant information about it on the web. eBook Organizer can keep your system monitored at all times, looking for new books and documents that you might want to add to your collection.
This application will seamlessly integrate Adobe Reader as one of its tools if it is present in your system. Thus, you will be able to open and read your PDF e-books directly by means of one of the toolbar buttons.
Finally, if you need to take your catalog with you, you can export it into HTML documents or Excel files in just a few seconds.
- The database is format-independent - you decide on the e-book formats of your collection.
- Adds bibliographic data to your e-books automatically.
- You can set it to scan your system steadily in the background looking for new e-books.