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Noob Help! Interior Formatting
Greetings Every1! Sure am glad to be in this position of ALMOST publishing but pretty frustrated with learning about proper formating.
My goal is an epub conversion from a MsWord2007 Docx. So far I've followed the Lulu directions for getting my document ready (turning off autocheck....etc).
I seem to be hung up on my direct formatting of the chapters and title page. I have a specialized font (JFWildwood) I wanted to use for the title page.
That being said, I am willing to change to stylized formatting which is what Lulu seems to want in order to identify chapters. I'm just not sure how to do this and maintain the specialized font on the title page. This is where I'm confused.
Do they want me to do specialized headers for every chapter beginning so they can recognize it????
Is there a way to have H1 reflect the my JFwildwood font? (Figured this one out---There's an update button...right click on heading 1 once you have selected the Title or Chapter Heading).
My plan now is to assign all the Chapter headings where they are with Heading2. I have epigraphs (from two lines to a paragraph) just before Chapter Headings. Is this anything I should worry about including in H2?
I will continue to search through the forums but any help is appreciated.