Preparing and Uploading a Word Document for Publishing on Kindle Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation The Espresso Book Machine🔴 Godzilla Herausforderungen & Content Update Version 9.1 | Fortnite Switch Deutsch 21 thoughts on “Preparing and Uploading a Word Document for Publishing on Kindle” This was so helpful. A couple more questions…I've just finished my first novel. It has some pictures…jpegs…can I include these in this process. Also, I don't want to charge anything for the book…is it possible to upload to Kindle/Amazon and not charge anything? Again, this tutorial was really helpful…straightforward and simple. Thanks! Mike MeyerColumbus, Ohio(football capital of the world) Reply Best video which I have seen on formatting….Thank you so much 😊 Reply I Will Professionally Format Your Book For Kindle, Createspace, Luluhttps://bit.ly/2FtRJAy Reply Hi friend, Very nice video. I have written a book in ms word. Please inform me what size of paper and margin to be selected for publishing in KDP. What format should be the images? Can I use a video related to the matter? Thanks in advance. Reply Praying Medic this tutorial video is the best i have seen .Amen. I am writing a series of books. At the present i have 5 of them uploaded to Kindle. But i am having difficulty continuing the set up for Paper Back. You are brilliant my brother. Oh by the way I live in Belfast.https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NSCDLK2 Reply I am a pastor here in Belfast Have written a few booklets around 30 Pages each. Was thinking of trying to put them on Kindle to try and Generate some income for our work My word is 2016. Would love more advice from you. Bless you Pastor Laurence. [email protected] Reply This is fantastic information. Thanks for posting. Reply this is the most precise and helpful guide I have seen on the net. most vids just want to talk about themselves, giving you endless blab about nothing. yours was concise and so helpful that within minutes, I had formatted my book. thank you. more help guides need to follow your example. Reply Absolutely God sent information, many many thanks <3 Reply This video helped me a lot. God bless you, bro. Reply In formatting the word doc, Should I take out the indent made with the tab key? I did remove the line breaks so now all I see are the little paragraph icons. Does converting file to RTF remove any other unnecessary formats in order to get it into Kindle? Reply I followed your video and still Kindle "cuts" the pages totally illogically, right in the middle of the paragraph, what more words are cut as well. What I am doing wrong? Thanks Reply this e-book you just published, how many words was your book or as a rule how many words would be a good number. Reply Table of contents is getting jumble up while i convert the document from word to MOBI Reply Can the same process be used if illustrations will be included in the book? Reply hey – too weird – I subscribe to your political page — no idea you taught this – cuz I need this too -thanks Reply Great video!! I must have some bullets in my book and wonder if they will convert easily. Reply Very well put video, sir. Thank you a million! Reply Thanks a lot, this is a real help, much better than the one provided by Amazon. Reply Thank you! You video and clear communication skills really help. Reply I have a novel about 1st century Christian persecution in the Roman empire. I went to Italy and took hundreds of photos of the catacacombs, coloseum, Christian symbols etc. My idea was to have a illustration in each chapter. I would convert the photo to a drawing. Do you think this would work in an ebook format? Ive never seen illustrations on ebooks before. Excellent video thanks for your advise.Jim Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.