Phyllis Birnbaum wrote:
I am including a chronology of historical events in my ebook.
I made a table in Word 2010
I used one column for the date, and one column for the event. I made the border lines invisible For example:
1945 End of World War II
But when I convert this on the Kindle Previewer, the border lines show. So I must find another way to create this chronology.
How to do this?
Possibly making a JPEG or JPEG's to insert may work for each page, if more than one page is needed.
Also you should be aware that, if you do create a jpeg image version of your table text, then on upload KDP compresses all jpeg images. This has the effect of making thin lines look even thinner. This image compression will also make image regular text look thinner and might even make it difficult to read. So if you're putting text into your images best way would be to either use a thicker font like Arial or use bold text which will always be readable in an image without problems when you upload to KDP..
Why not try my free Sigil plugins now available on MobileRead?
ConvertAbs2RelCSSValues - converts all cms, mms, inch, point and pica values to relative 'em' values in the epub css.
StyleBender - manipulates, moves or removes html styles and inline styling at block level for epubs and imported html docs
AddKindleMediaQueries - Optimally dual-formats all epub image entries both for KF7 devices(in pixels) and KF8 devices(as a %)
Yes, this is the extremely annoying Ms Helen Garcia*, who leaves inane comments on long-dormant threads, such as "Yeah, I think yes", and "ohhh,t hat is pretty great question) Thanks a lot)". (I've left the typos in the quotes deliberately, as they're hers not mine.) She then follows up these ridiculous posts by slipping in a plug for her website/blog. Hence the Spammer tag.
Every time I comment on it, the OP removes the post (or someone else spams her). I'm hoping she will take the hint and go and peddle her blog somewhere else eventually.
We've had a few of these spammers around lately, and they're an extreme irritant.
Best wishes, George. J
*Not to be confused with Ms Frances A Garcia, who has recently started posting.