FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

I was a Kickstarter backer of EasyEdit. How do I register EasyEdit to convert from trial to full license?
If you were a Kickstarter backer, your EasyEdit program was a reward for backing our project, so you do not need to pay for your license. You need only start EasyEdit, get the “Try or Register” screen, copy-and-paste the Registration Number from that screen into an email, include your full name, and send the email to EasyEditForKindle@gmail.com and request an Unlock Code. After receiving the Unlock Code, return to the same “Try or Register” screen, and enter the exact same full name, and the Unlock Code. After doing that, the “Try or Register” screen will not be seen again. However, if you need to install EasyEdit on a second or a new computer, you will need to repeat the process to request a new Unlock Code.
I just paid for EasyEdit. How do I register EasyEdit to convert from trial to full license?
Thanks for your purchase! You need only start EasyEdit, get the “Try or Register” screen, copy-and-paste the Registration Number from that screen into an email, include your full name, and send the email to EasyEditForKindle@gmail.com and request an Unlock Code. After receiving the Unlock Code, return to the same “Try or Register” screen, and enter the exact same full name, and the Unlock Code. After doing that, the “Try or Register” screen will not be seen again. However, if you need to install EasyEdit on a second or a new computer, you will need to repeat the process to request a new Unlock Code.
Do you have a Mac version of EasyEdit?
Sorry, but we have only a version for Windows. We love Macs, too. We may have something for Mac users in the future, so please stay tuned.
Can EasyEdit produce ebook formats for e-readers other than the Kindle?
Not at this time. Maybe in the future, so please stay tuned. 
I get an error when I try to send my ebook to my Kindle. How can I fix this?
We know of instances where, for example, on certain Windows 7 computers sending to a Kindle Fire HD, Windows thinks the device (the Kindle) has been disconnected. We have found that if you paste your ebook onto your desktop, then drag-and-drop the ebook file from your desktop into the Documents folder of your Kindle, it works fine. We have not discovered the cause of this problem, or a fix for it. In some cases, the problem eventually disappeared. We’ll keep looking for an answer.