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Every book starts in a word processor, but once that's done where do you go? Most advice is to take that document and turn it into HTML for conversion and not use Word for making your ebook. This is wrong. For most text documents, simple formatting in Word is sufficient to generate a high quality eBook. This article is designed for authors who are unfamiliar with HTML and wh Every book starts in a word processor, but once that's done where do you go? Most advice is to take that document and turn it into HTML for conversion and not use Word for making your ebook. This is wrong. For most text documents, simple formatting in Word is sufficient to generate a high quality eBook. This article is designed for authors who are unfamiliar with HTML and who would prefer to simply use Word to format their eBook. All the necessary steps to format your eBook using only Word will be covered. Topics Include: - Paragraph Styling and why it's important - Working with Images - Creating your Table of Contents - Additional Links and Resources - Advanced user conversion advice This article is approximately ~6,000 words


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Every book starts in a word processor, but once that's done where do you go? Most advice is to take that document and turn it into HTML for conversion and not use Word for making your ebook. This is wrong. For most text documents, simple formatting in Word is sufficient to generate a high quality eBook. This article is designed for authors who are unfamiliar with HTML and wh Every book starts in a word processor, but once that's done where do you go? Most advice is to take that document and turn it into HTML for conversion and not use Word for making your ebook. This is wrong. For most text documents, simple formatting in Word is sufficient to generate a high quality eBook. This article is designed for authors who are unfamiliar with HTML and who would prefer to simply use Word to format their eBook. All the necessary steps to format your eBook using only Word will be covered. Topics Include: - Paragraph Styling and why it's important - Working with Images - Creating your Table of Contents - Additional Links and Resources - Advanced user conversion advice This article is approximately ~6,000 words

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