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In this course, author and educator Chris Mattia demonstrates how to use the Apple iBooks Author application to create and publish your own iBook, without extensive design or publishing experience.
Follow along with Chris as he assembles, refines, and publishes a dynamic and engaging iBook for distribution on the iPad using the iBooks app. The course demonstrates the process of adding all of the components of a dynamic iBook, including engaging text, images, audio, video, 3D models, and dynamic web content. It also shows how to customize the iBooks Author interface and leverage built-in templates to produce a beautifully designed and polished iBook. The course wraps up with a review of the iBookstore publishing process.
Once you have all of your data entered into your table and everything is formatted the way that you want it, you can choose to sort your data based on the data in the columns themselves. To do this, simply click one time on your table to select it and then click on the column that you want to have your data sorted by. In this case, I'm going to click on the Complete Tour column so that all of my data can be sorted by the cheapest to the most expensive tour. I'll then come over to my Table Inspector and in the Edit Rows & Columns, I'll click the Gear icon and then select Sort Ascending.
You'll see that all of the data in my table is automatically resorted based on the values in this last column, and they're sorted from the least to the most expensive. If I want to choose to have my table sorted by a different column, all I need to do is click on the column header for that column, go back over to my Edit Rows & Columns tool, and select Sort by Ascending there. And now my table is in alphabetical order based on the name of the tour package itself. There's one more thing that we want to do to our table in order to finish it off completely, and that is to add header and footer information to our table, and we'll do that in the next movie.
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