Anyone with a PC will be familiar with MS Word, so creating an e-book using this software is great for those who don’t want to learn another software. If you have the Microsoft Word 2016, you can convert your DOC file to PDF within MS Word without having to purchase an add-on. However, there are dozens of DOC to PDF converters online which you can use for free.

You may come up with a slightly different process depending on how your team is organized and whether your designer is in-house or external. The point is that visuals can no longer be an afterthought in your eBooks—they should be carefully considered along with your written text. In many ways, writing an info-graphic is closer to writing a screenplay or graphic novel than a traditional long-form content piece.
If you’re familiar with the Adobe Creative Suite, using InDesign should be easier for you. Otherwise, you may need to go through some tutorials before using this tool. InDesign is a more advanced method of creating an e-book and it’s mostly if you want the graphics and all style elements in your e-book look polished and professional. To download and use InDesign, you need to subscribe to Adobe’s Creative Cloud plans. Single software subscription for InDesign starts at $19.99/month, paid annually or $29.99/month, paid monthly.
While interactive elements and graphics can enhance an ebook, the content itself must be compelling. Otherwise, all the other parts are just a glossy finish. Ebook examples that use compelling content will be able to grab the reader’s attention much easier. Turn your content into a narrative that makes it easy to follow. Fill your text with interesting facts that will get the reader to think. The more fascinating the content, the more likely the reader will want to share it with others—and that means even more people will be reading your material.
How to Publish on Kindle UEC makes it super easy to publish on Amazon Kindle devices. It's almost like painting by numbers! In fact the Ultimate eBook Creator comes with a step by step guide which shows you how to publish your UEC generated Kindle e-book (in .MOBI format) right into Kindle. In fact I gave my 16 year old son a project for summer. He wrote his eBook using the UEC eBook software in 2 days and had it uploaded into Kindle on the third day. Here's the book if you are interested - NBA Trivia. He is making between $300-$500 per month on this book alone!
Web-based e-book apps tend to have simpler, user-friendly features as opposed to offline software which are mostly used for designing graphically intense content. If you’re looking to create a quick e-book without breaking the bank, there are lots of free online software available. On the other hand, if you have a budget to spend on software for creating a professional e-book, then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t go for a more advanced tool.
You'll notice we only have one "chapter page" in the template (slide three). To create additional chapter pages, or any pages really, simply right click the slide and choose Duplicate Slide. This will make a copy of your slide and allow you to drag it to its proper place in your ebook via the sidebar or Slide Sorter section of PowerPoint. You can then customize it for any subsequent chapters.
While you'll need to get much more hands on with the layout in Pages by copying and pasting your blog posts in and styling the text yourself, you can (and should) make use of the paragraph style options. All you have to do is highlight your text and select the style from the Format panel to the right. This way if you set all your chapter titles to the ‘Heading' format they'll all match.
Think of Ceros as a blank canvas. The only limit to what you can create in our Studio is your imagination. So take what you’ve learned about storytelling and forget what you’ve learned about print. Think about how you can tell stories using images, videos, audio, and animations. You’ll likely follow a similar structure to that of a traditional eBook, but the content within each section should feel a lot different.

Calibre is an ebook creation tool for Windows, Linux, and iOS. It supports conversion of multiple input formats(AZW, AZW3, AZW4, CBZ, CBR, CBC, CHM, DJVU, DOCX, EPUB, FB2, HTML, HTMLZ, LIT, LRF, MOBI, ODT, PDF, PRC, PDB, PML, RB, RTF, SNB, TCR, TXT, and TXTZ) to multiple output formats (AZW3, EPUB, DOCX, FB2, HTMLZ, OEB, LIT, LRF, MOBI, PDB, PMLZ, RB, PDF, RTF, SNB, TCR, TXT, TXTZ, and ZIP).
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