Save DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to EPUB with ONLYOFFICE Document Editor v6.3

25 May 2021 By Vlad 2 229 views
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Writing an ebook? In this article, we discover how to convert Word doc to EPUB in ONLYOFFICE Docs.

Save DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to EPUB with ONLYOFFICE Document Editor v6.3

About EPUB

EPUB is an HTML-based ebook format supported by most popular mobile devices, including Apple‘s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, BlackBerry etc. The format can be read by Adobe Digital Editions, Sony Reader, Amazon Kindle Fire and many other ebook reader software.

Along with good compatibility EPUB has the following advantages:

  • Support of multimedia elements (video, audio, images),
  • Adaptability to the screen of your device,
  • Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection,
  • Standard format for the major ebook retailers (Apple, Amazon, Kobo etc.),
  • Many apps for creating EPUB on the market.

Want to make your ebook or digital catalog readable and secure? Save it as an EPUB file in ONLYOFFICE Docs.

How to save EPUB in ONLYOFFICE

Starting from version 6.3, ONLYOFFICE can save your content as an EPUB file. After you drafted your ebook, go to the File tab and choose EPUB.

Save DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to EPUB with ONLYOFFICE Document Editor v6.3

Now you can find it in downloads on your computer.

ONLYOFFICE offers multiple useful plugins for writing ebooks. You can correct typography, add YouTube videos, count words/characters/paragraphs, translate texts with Google, find synonyms, insert bibliographies from EasyBib, Mendeley, Zotero, and do even more. See all plugins

Save DOC, DOCX, RTF and ODT files to EPUB with ONLYOFFICE Document Editor v6.3

Get ONLYOFFICE Docs to create an EPUB book from Word documents and ODT files.

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Now your EPUB file is ready for publishing and can be read on most devices.

Comments (2)
  1. Jacob Staffs - Reply
    June 18, 2021 at 1:25 am

    Is this not available in the desktop version as I do not have the option to save my document as an EPUB as well as a few others listed (only options are DOCX, Document template, ODT, OTT, RTF, TXT, PDF, and PDFA.) ? If not, will it be in the near future?

    Thank you!

    • Ksenija - Reply
      June 21, 2021 at 11:03 am

      Hi! Saving to EPUB, FB2 and HTML is available starting from the version 6.3 – desktop app will be updated soon.

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