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Many wonderful tricks and tips
on May 14, 2011
I work for a small publishing house and have published several books on Kindle using other software that work well with fiction stories. But when I have to publish a nonfiction book with tables of contents and footnotes I am in trouble. After investigating it appears that Adobe InDesign CS5 is the appropriate one for this type of work. I've never used InDesign so I went to look for a specific book that could explain the possibilities of InDesign for publishing nonfiction ebooks and found How to Create an eBook with Adobe® InDesign® CS5.
As other readers have said it is not a complete guide. But it is really useful for what I was looking for and I have learned many tricks, those that you will not find in the tutorials. Some are basic things, such as open an epub file and "see" what is inside or the best way to put footnotes or embedded fonts.
As something pleasantly complementary I have to say that after reading it I still had a question and wrote to the author, Rufus Deuchler, who answered within 24 hours. Thank you Mr. Deuchler, for your book and for being attentive with your readers!
In a nutshell, I strongly recommend this book!