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In InDesign CS5 to EPUB, Kindle, and iPad, author Anne-Marie Concepción shows publishers and designers how to use the software they already use to create print books and apply it to the emerging ebook market. The course shows how to prepare existing InDesign files for optimal EPUB and Kindle conversion, as well as how to design new projects for a dual print/ebook output, and apply professional text formatting, add links, and include search engine-friendly metadata. Instructions are also included for validating EPUB and Kindle files and setting up accounts at the major ebook distribution channels, including the Apple iBookstore, as well as selling ebooks directly to readers. Exercise files accompany the course.
If you are a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD ROM, then you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. So sometimes the exercise files are just an InDesign file. Just open that up in InDesign. A lot of times the files that we are using are EPUB files and they are opening up in my default EPUB Reader, which is Adobe Digital Editions, probably the same thing for you. During the title I'll be letting you know where to download all these different utilities that we will be using.
And when we actually get into editing the contents of EPUB files, then you'll see that we're dealing with a lot of text files like XHTML files and XML files. And you can use any kind text editor that you'd like and I bounce around between a few of my favorite ones. If you don't have access to the Exercise Files, you can follow along from scratch or with your own assets. Let's get started.
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