Today I discuss how to deal with special formatting concerns specific to nonfiction books including citations and bibliographies.
The Book Designer all started in the fall of 2009, looking around at all the change to book publishing, I thought I would add my voice to the mix.
How to format nonfiction concerns such as indexes, footnotes and endnotes when using a Book Design Template.
How to format nonfiction concerns such as subheads, quotations, bullet points and numbered lists when using a Book Design Template.
In Part 3, learn how to format a table of contents, chapter name headers, page numbers and more using a template to prepare your manuscript for publication.
In Part 2, learn how to format drop caps, section breaks, and headers and footers using a template to prepare your manuscript for publication.
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Examples of book pages typeset in various fonts to demonstrate the variations in the overall color of your book page.
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