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Format a Book in Word: Base Font & Line Spacing

By Colin Dunbar

Naturally, the quality of the content of your book is the number 1 priority. But when you format your book, the layout of your content, structure and readability is just as important as the content itself.

Readability is an interesting topic, and there are a number of readability formulas that can be used to test the readability of text. You can read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Readability.
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Book Formatting Basics

By Colin Dunbar

Congratulations!

I congratulate you on taking the decision to invest the time in formatting your book like a professional. Doing this will separate you from the amateur self-published authors, and I assure you it will have an effect on how you are perceived as an author.
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