CHM file converter for MAC

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  1. Bewired

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    hey guys. please help. a huge portion of my e-book collection are chm files. i can't seem to find a good converter for it to pdf.

    would appreciate all inputs.

    merci!
     
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    If you fancy having your hands dirty, you can try this workaround. Or download Chimp.

    I may sound like an expert, but I'm not. Google does that sometimes.
     
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    Get one of those free CHM readers for the Mac and then do a Print - Save as PDF. You won't get the table of contents right, though.
     
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    Nice, thanks guys! :)
     
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    thanks a lot everyone..
     
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    i use chmox. but im not sure if its free.
     
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  8. Shinrai

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    Chmox is free, and I like it much better than iChm and I've used both.

    @blackjack

    I don't think posts like that is allowed here.
     
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