A Step-By-Step Guide to Formatting Your Book’s Interior|
By Kelly, CreateSpace PrePress
Has the idea for a novel recently hi-jacked your subconscious, or have you been drafting your dream on sticky notes since they were invented? Either way, it is time to get your idea in final print. To transform those notes into a tangible book, you will first need an interior file.
Abandon thy typewriter. You know it won’t get you a PDF file unless you scan the pages (and even then, those PDFs would not be suitable for printing), but the bells and whistles of graphic programs may already be giving you a migraine. While there are a bevy of programs awaiting your perusal, there are indeed choices for keeping it simple. Microsoft Word is a sophisticated program that lends simple and professional aesthetic touches to the formatting of your interior file.
One common mistake is
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