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Maggie
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Re: Published epub fine now I want to do a paperback with the same file?

Depending on what kind of book you have, there will be many little details to adjust when converting to a print book. For example, you might want to add a table of contents if you do not have one. You might want to add headers, not just headings.

Redo the formatting in Word. It will only take a little while and you will have an impeccable print book.

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Ken Anderson
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Re: Published epub fine now I want to do a paperback with the same file?

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Or better still send it to Maggie - she is an expert in Formatting and preparing books for publishing on Lulu.
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kevinlomas
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Re: Published epub fine now I want to do a paperback with the same file?

Indeed. A file formatted for an Epub is not at all suitable for a printed book. It is entirely different. I am suprised that you can upload an ePub file to Lulu's printed book Wizards though. An ePub 'file' is a very complex animal made of many files, ask Ken.
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Maggie
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Re: Published epub fine now I want to do a paperback with the same file?

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Or better yet ask Ken and Kevin. Two champs in all matters.:smileyhappy:

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kevinlomas
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Re: Published epub fine now I want to do a paperback with the same file?

For a second I thought that said chimps :-)

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