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Thursday, July 21, 2011

How to Make eBooks in Word ?

Microsoft Word supports PDF and XPS file formats. Most ebook readers can open PDF ebooks and some readers also support XPS files. Both PDF and XPS files will print exactly as they've been formatted in Word. Ebooks in both file formats can also be opened and read using any operating system, making the file formats ideal for ebook cross-compatibility.


Open a document in Word. Use an existing document or go to "File" > "New" and create a new document from scratch.

Type the text of your ebook exactly as you want it to appear in the final product.

Add images, graphs, charts or any other visual elements you want to appear in your ebook. Your finished ebook will appear exactly as it does in your Word document.

Save your working document as a regular word processing file. Once you've saved as a PDF or XPS file you won't be able to make changes to the file, so work with the file as a .doc or .docx file until you're ready to create your final ebook.

View and proofread your newly created ebook.

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