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This InDesign to EPUB, Kindle, and iPad, shows publishers, designers, and production staff how to use the software they already use to create print books—InDesign—for the emerging ebook market. Beginning with an overview of digital publishing for the ebook marketplace, the course demonstrates how to prepare existing InDesign files for optimal EPUB and Kindle conversion. The course covers applying professional text formatting, validating EPUBs, and incorporating search-engine friendly metadata, as well as setting up publisher accounts at the major ebook distribution channels and selling ebooks directly to readers through an e-commerce site.

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ePub file is one of the most popular eBook format used in eBook market. Here is your one-stop shop for ePub tips on how to convert ePub, create your own ePub files, as well as ePub editing tricks, free ePub books download, ePub freeware. Also you can get ePub related software tutorials, guides collected here to help you have more fun in reading interesting ePub books with enhanced expericence.

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EPUB 2.0 has become the de facto standard for eBook publishing. The relative simplicity of the format and the use of well-known standards make it practical to start publishing to platforms such as Apple’s iBookStore and the Amazon Kindle with a relatively low initial cost.


While it’s not absolutely mandatory, this class is not intended for people brand new to InDesign. If you’ve never created an InDesign document before, we’d suggest our introductory 2-day InDesign class as a prerequisite.

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Creating an ePub Document to Read in iBooks

You can export any Pages word processing document to the ePub file format for reading in an ePub reader, such as the iBooks application on the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Documents created in page layout templates can’t be exported to the ePub format.

Documents exported to ePub format will look different than their Pages counterparts. If you want to get the best document fidelity between the Pages and ePub formats, style your Pages document with paragraph styles and other formatting attributes allowed in an ePub file. A sample document is provided on the Apple Support site that features styles and guidelines to help you create a Pages document that’s optimized for export to the ePub file format, which you can use as a template or a guide. To learn more about using paragraph styles in Pages, see the topics under the heading “Working with Styles” in the Pages built-in help.

To read your ePub document in iBooks on your mobile device, you must transfer the ePub file that you create onto your device.

Key Takeaways

At Digital Book World, we’re always looking to find more data on our rapidly evolving industry. At the Digital Book World Conference, happening on January 23-25th in New York, we’ll be presenting lots of up to the minute data from sources like Kearney/BookRepublic, Verso, Bowker, Forrester, and others. But since the pace of change in digital has accelerated so quickly, it is often hard to see how far the industry has come. That’s why the results of Aptara’s third-annual ebook survey of publishers from 2009 to 2011, released today, provide unprecedented insight into ebooks’ real impact on book publishers’ production and business models. The survey represents over 1,300 book publishers from the Trade, Education, Professional, and Corporate markets. The report documents ebook trends, challenges, and strategies that have emerged since Aptara’s first survey in 2009
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