Publishing a print book with Createspace or Lulu is fairly easy. But unless you know how to lay out a book, AND how to achieve the results you want in your word processor, the result won't do your writing justice. In this guide, I will show you how to format your book's interior: * What you need to know about book layout and typsesetting to get professional results. * How to use Microsoft Word 2007 to achieve those results (with notes for Word 2003 users) * eBook tips: how to format your manuscript in Word so you can move easily between print, Kindle, ePUB, and Smashwords editions. (Note: this is not a comprehensive guide to building eBooks). Topics covered are: Part 1 -- Page Layout Layout strategy * Copying page setup from a template Headers & Footers * Link to previous Sections * Smashwords, Kindles, and sections * Page numbers Part 2 -- Styles Introducing Styles * Defining styles * Convert direct formatting into styles * Create a style family Why styles again? * Editing your styles * Sorting out a style soup Don't lose your italics! * Justification * Justification and eBook formatting Paragraph indentation * Paragraphs in non-fiction and poetry * Scene breaks and letters Paragraph spacing * The spacing gotcha * A starting set of styles Leading * Super style sets Part 3 -- Details Dinkus asterisms * Simple internal images * What does 200dpi 'really' mean? Preserving image resolution in Word -- workarounds * Voodoo techniques for preserving image resolution in Word 2003-2010 Voodoo techniques for preserving image resolution in Word 2003 Voodoo techniques for preserving image resolution in Word 2007 Voodoo techniques for preserving image resolution in Word 2010 * More image tips Images that aren't 300dpi * The final tidies * Do you need to upload a pdf? Embedding fonts * Drop caps and small caps * Blank pages * Widows and orphans Cover art tips * Createspace vs. Lulu Front Matter * Where to find further information
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