You only need to do this once, the first time you use Universalis.
Universalis gives you various local calendars, for various parts of the world. If you haven't already done so, you should tell Universalis which calendar you want.
Open the Universalis program. The top of the screen will look something like this:
Click on the word "Universalis", and you'll see a menu:
Select the "Preferences" option.
In Preferences, look at the Calendars tab and make sure that you have selected the local calendar that you want.
Universalis gives you a choice of translations, so choose the ones you want (if you haven't already done so in the past).
To do this, use the Translations tab of Preferences.
With the Universalis program open, open the "File" menu and select the "Create e-book" option:
A window will appear, asking you what e-book format you want: choose ePub, not Kindle. On successive pages, it will ask you what dates you want to cover in your e-book, and what pages you want for each day.
Finally, Universalis will create the e-book you have asked for. How long the creation takes depends on the size of the e-book, but it shouldn't take more than half a minute or so.
When the e-book is ready, this is what you will see:
The final step is to transfer the file to your e-book reader.
Each e-book reader is different. But your device will have come with instructions for transferring e-book files to it from your Mac.
Please note that the e-books you create are for your private use only and must not be given or distributed to other people.
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