I have to ask what may seem a silly question, which is, do I include an image or images via copy and pasting into my OO doc before converting it to html and then put the html plus image/images in the zip file for uploading, or do I not paste the image or images into the OO doc? Thanks if anyone can help.
Okay, thanks;) What do you mean by insert? As in via the 'insert command'? Doesn't this do the same thing as copying and pasting? Maybe I'm wrong there... Anyway, the thing is this. I've bought this ebook saying how to create an ebook for kdp with openoffice and it clearly tells me to convert the oo file to html, which I've already done.
So, anyway, you're saying I should 'insert' the image first, then convert the oo doc to html and then put both the html and image file in the zip folder? Thanks for helping
Yes, use the Insert command rather than copy & paste. In Word, the latter doesn't work at all, which is why I recommend Insert.
The html route that you describe works. I've done it myself with Word. It's just that in recent years KDP has been trying to make it easier & easier for writers to upload, including just using a simple Word document. Good luck!
Right, So, whether it's a .doc file or .odt file converted to html, the image/s must be inserted into it and then both the .doc or html file and the image/s file/s have to be put in the same zip folder prior to uploading to kdp? Thanks