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# Organizing Contents

Write here..In the web editor, you can organize the contents of your book via a drag and drop interface. This is obviously not available if you're working offline. Instead, you'll notice a `Contents.txt` file (hidden in the Penflip web editor), which achieves the same goal: displaying and organizing the contents of your book.

The Contents.txt file should contain a list of files to be included in your compiled book. The structure is simple: list one filepath per line. You can add, remove, or rearrange filepaths as necessary. Only the files listed in Contents.txt will be included in your project when it is exported
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