Here’s a table of contents of what is covered and included in the module:
- Before You Start
- Saving, Packaging, Converting, and Testing
- Styles and Formatting
- Table of Contents and Other Essentials
- Making Changes
- Walkthrough: Formatting a Nonfiction Book from Beginning to End
- Walkthrough: Formatting a Novel from Beginning to End
Parts 1 through 6 as listed above go through specific things you need to know how to do (e.g., inserting an image, making sure your table of contents works, etc.). Parts 7 and 8 pull all of that together in videos that walk you through the process of formatting ebooks from beginning to end. I even provide downloadable sample texts and images that you can follow along with.
Here is a screenshot of the table of contents page for the Word to Kindle module. And below is a short, 38-second excerpt from one of the Word to Kindle videos, just so you can have an idea of what they’re like.
There are separate sections within the module for Mac (Microsoft Word 2011) and Windows (Word 2013; it’s the version of Word you get if you have an Office 365 subscription, which is really cheap, or if have purchased any of the versions of Office 2013). Word really hasn’t changed much in recent years, so unless you’re still rocking Office 2000, much of the information here will still be valuable to you as you format your Kindle book in whatever version of Word you have. If you do have specific questions regarding how to do something, I can help you out.