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Easy Smashwords Formatting In Open Office

By Jay Johnson

Published by Jay Johnson

Smashwords Edition

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Easy Smashwords Formatting In Open Office

By Jay Johnson

If you're new or old to the ebook publishing game then you've heard of Smashwords. You've also, most likely have read or tried to read the dreaded 130 plus pages of the Smashwords style guide. If you're like me the first time you looked at it you went "Holy Crap I'm never going to be able to learn all this and be able to get accepted into their premium distributing program." Then you closed the file and convinced yourself you didn't need Smashwords anyway and were fine without it.

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