Beginners Guide to Formatting Your E-book by Cooper Faust by Cooper Faust - Read Online




Beginners guide to properly formatting your Word 2007-2010 document for publishing for e-readers.

Detailed step-by-step instructions on
Formatting text
Formatting paragraphs
Formatting styles
Formatting table of contents.

All the basics with extended appendixes for setting up your book.

Published: JC CLemmons Publishing on
ISBN: 1310455198
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Welcome to my beginners guide to formatting your book for an e-reader, using WORD 2007 or 2010. I compiled this book after searching many websites in my own attempt to self-publish. I was able to find one good piece of information here another piece over there, but I couldn’t find an easy to follow guide. I have included many screen shots as well as several appendixes’ detailing some of the areas required to format and publish an e-Book.

Some basic concepts that are used throughout this book.

WORD TERMS will be capitalized and if applicable will be defined in the Glossary of Terms.

Items requiring user action will be in quotes and BOLD font.

WORD Basic Terminology. Along the top of the WORD, application are TABS ( Home, Insert, Page Layout, References). When you click on the various TABS, a new set of menu options appears these are grouped into FRAMES ( Pages, Tables, Illustrations). Each FRAME can be many options and ICONS. The image below references the "Insert TAB, the Pages FRAME, and the Page Break" ICON.