[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ikipedia 0is a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia project supported by the Wikimedia Foundation and based on a model of openly editable content. This is the place where more than billions of users get information of all the topic for free whatever they search on google search engine. Now when you com across any topic you might don’t have time to read it all at once. So to overcome this we have a solution by which you can convert any topic to ebook and store in your computer to read it later. So proceed with the complete guide below.
Today we are here with cool trick for How to Create an eBook from Wikipedia Articles.
How to Create an E-Book from Wikipedia Articles
In this you will be converting any of wikipedia articles to the ebook format that you store either in your computer or in your smartphone to read whenever you needed. You just have to follow the simple steps below to proceed.
Steps To Create an eBook from Wikipedia Articles:
- First of all in wikipedia search out for your favorite topic that you want to save permanently in your device.
- Now on the left sections Under print/export you will find Create a book.
- Now book create page will get open there click on Start book creator there.
- Now on the next page click on Add this page to your book there.
- Similarly you can move some another pages to your book by placing your cursor on the link and then again clicking Add this page to your book.
- Following this step you can add multiple pages and when you are completed simply click on Show book there.
- Now simply fill up all the details of your book in the Manage book page.
- Thats it after this simply click on the download button and your ebook with desired pages will be with you.
So above is all about How to Create an eBook from Wikipedia Articles. With this method you can easily get all you favorite topics(articles) of wikipedia in a single ebook with simple steps discussed above. Hope you like our work, do share with others too. Leave a comment below if you have any related queries with this.