Monthly Archives: August 2014

Format a Book in Word: Footnote, Index & Bibliography

By Colin Dunbar

Footnotes are common in many non-fiction books, and are notes or references found at the bottom of the page. You can add these as you write your book, or you can add them afterwards. Endnotes are found at the end of the book, listed consecutively.
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Format a Book in Word: Text Boxes & Links (ebooks)

By Colin Dunbar

Text boxes can be added to a non-fiction book to add aesthetics, they can be used to help with the layout of your information on the page. You can also use the text wrapping option to have your body text flow around your text box.

Text boxes are useful for adding sidebar information in a non-fiction book. One word of caution though – don’t overdo it – too many text boxes can make it confusing for your reader.

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