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Building Your Comic eBook with Kindle Create

When you import your comic PDF into Kindle Create, your file is converted to a comic eBook and you can add Guided View panels. Guided View allows readers to view a comic on a panel-by-panel basis in a way that mimics the natural motion of the user's eye through the comic. Suitable for mobile devices, Guided View animates panel-to-panel movement with each swipe to give a clear indication of how the story progresses across each page. Guided View features include:

  • A guided panel-by-panel reading experience using the panel order set by the publisher
  • Panels magnified to full-screen size and centered
  • Custom masking colors around each panel when magnified


Guided View example

After installation, you can launch Kindle Create by selecting Windows key > Amazon > Kindle Create (Windows) or Launchpad > Kindle Create (Mac).

Note: If you're not sure whether this is the right format for your book, see Choosing your book type.

Creating a new comic from a PDF

Editing your Kindle Create eBook with the .kcb file

Adding Guided View panels to your eBook

Previewing and publishing your eBook


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