01-28-2012 02:40 PM
Here's the Comprehensive Word Lists:
And here's the Instruction Manual that I really need to have purchasers get only in PDF format:
As I examine the pages they're on, I see that buyers are offered a choice, so they apparently can get it in PDF form, but I think I don't want them to have that choice for at least one of the books. So, would that mean I have to re-create the project?
One additional question. I don't have an ebook reader, just my laptop computer, but if I download my own book as an ebook, will I be able to see on my computer how the ebook configuration will affect the formatting, etc.?
(I'm starting to see how I probably could have figured this out on my own as I get deeper into it, but I appreciate any advice you can give me. Thank you.)
01-28-2012 03:21 PM
Just so you know, you say to check out the preview, but there isn't one. You can look at pdfs as normal on your computer. Adobe also do a free programme you can use to look at epubs. It is called Adobe Digital Editions.
01-28-2012 04:30 PM - edited 01-28-2012 04:37 PM
Thanks Sophie (I assume it's Sophie),
I didn't notice that, and have added a Preview to both of the downloadable books.
Also, until I get the eBook/PDF sorted out, I added a note to the end of each description advising purchasers to download the PDF version (which I now see is an option) if they want to preserve the intended formatting.
Also, thanks for the tip on the Adobe Digital Editions. I'll probably get that and then just buy a copy of each of my eBooks and see how they display.