I am a retired hardware and software Engineer with a background in Law Enforcement and real estate brokerage.
The Publisher's Microsoft Word Guideby Robert Stetson
I’m going to take you through each of the areas and show you exactly how to format your document so that your final book will pass the formatting requirements of the publisher. If you use this guide effectively the final book can look like the
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For those of us who write books, Microsoft Word 2010 has 7 magic areas we use to get the format just right.
I’m going to take you through each of the areas and show you exactly how to format your document so that your final book will pass the formatting requirements of the publisher. If you use this guide effectively the final book can look like the books made by the big 6 printing houses.
Things such as the “gutter” and facing pages along with headers, footers and the opening section numbered “i” through “iv” and so forth, followed by the main section being numbered “1” through “212” etc.
Getting the Table of Contents right is one of the primary problems writers have when releasing their books. Many writers make a good table of contents only to edit the book or change the margins and forget to recreate the table of contents. ALWAYS, redo the table of contents LAST before releasing the document.
Let’s begin the journey through the Microsoft Word software and see how it’s done, and why.
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