Join Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a glossary, part of Up and Running with iBooks Author.
When creating a book with iBooks Author, you can easily create a custom glossary …for any term that you may want to define. I'll start by adding a simple sentence. …I enjoy a cold glass of water. Now let's say that I want to define the …word cold. I can select that, and convert that into …a glossary term. If you don't see the Glossary toolbar, go …to the View button, and choose Glossary toolbar. …You'll notice, that there's a section for New Glossary Term, and the currently …selected text, cold, is listed here. All I have to do to convert that into a …Glossary term is click on Add term. When I click on that you'll notice that …the text becomes bold. Indicating that it is now a primary …glossary reference. If I'd like to define that reference in …the glossary, I simply tap on the glossary button which takes me to the …glossary list. Cold, not hot.…
Let's go back to the main book now. Also define this last word, water. …I'll select that, under new glossary term, water's already inserted and I …
- Your first ebook in just four minutes
- Creating covers and introductions
- Importing and formatting text
- Adding and adjusting images
- Creating custom layouts
- Inserting tables, charts, and galleries
- Adding audio and video
- Creating a table of contents or glossary
- Previewing and publishing your iBook
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with iBooks Author
2. Creating Your Cover and Introduction
Creating a cover3m 7s
3. Book-Design Basics
4. Customizing Your Layout
5. Advanced Techniques
6. Previewing and Publishing
Previewing on your iPad1m 37s
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