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  1. Format Images in Your eBook

    Kindle Direct Publishing converts images for upload to the Kindle Store and display on Kindle ... and supported devices. We recommend that all images be submitted at 300 pixels per inch at the size ... they will appear in your eBook. To make sure readers have the best experience, use high-definition images ... , or any image with a transparency. KF8 supports GIF, BMP, JPEG, PNG, and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG ... ) images. Enhanced Typesetting supports GIF, JPEG, and PNG. Enhanced Typesetting does not support

  2. Format Images in Your Paperback

    For the best results, all images should be sized at 100%, flattened to one layer, and inserted ...   Contents Top tips for formatting images in your paperback What is DPI (dots per inch)? What ... is pixelation? What is low resolution? How can I increase image resolution or DPI? What if the image says 300 ... ? Top tips for formatting images in your paperback Video: How to create high-resolution images Insert ... images at their original size. Insert images into your file; don't cut and paste. After you insert

  3. Troubleshoot Paperback Formatting Issues

    Margins and gutter Image resolution Book details Fonts Blank pages Pagination Template content Illegible ... text Cover and spine text Trim size and bleed Chose the wrong trim size? Do your images not bleed ... far enough outside the trim zone? Open the original Word file. Reposition objects and images ... . Video: Page size, margins, and bleed Video: Positioning images for books without bleed *Note: We'll ... is 24 pages; the maximum page count depends on ink, paper, and trim size options. Image resolution

  4. Create an eBook Cover

    Browse the topics below to learn about creating an eBook cover. The cover image you upload ... necessary for the content of your cover image and that it complies with our Content Guidelines. When ... you publish or re-publish your eBook, we'll automatically add your cover image to the inside. Do ... not include your cover image in your manuscript file. A guide to publishing on Amazon   Want help ... more about formatting and adding images to your eBook, see our Help page. File types KDP currently

  5. Create a Paperback Cover

    Your cover must be a single PDF that includes the back cover, spine, and front cover as one image ... Adding images Adding text Barcode size and placement Color requirements Pre-publication checklist ... file that includes the back cover, spine, and front cover as one image. File size. Cover files ... , it must meet our minimum border width or we may reject your file. Adding images Bleed. When adding images ... a white border from appearing at the edge when your book is trimmed. Image color, size, and quality

  6. Advanced Macintosh Techniques

    and docx files, MOBI, Epub, HTML, and PDF files up to that size. The largest single image file KDP can ... and ensuring a smooth trip through the KDP conversion process. Images The largest element of almost any ... Kindle book will be the image content. Inside your book file, the Kindle book format supports JPEG ... and GIF images. Images in other formats that KDP accepts (such as BMP or PNG), or that exceed this file ... . To create the best final version of your book, you'll need the highest-definition images you can

  7. Cover Creator

    Cover Creator templates allow you to choose an image from our image gallery or upload your own image ... Creator and the cover I design in the tool? Edit a cover image or choose a new one Book details Spine ... and back cover Spine text Cover images Did you use Cover Creator on CreateSpace? Using Cover Creator ... with readers in your genre. For design ideas, see the three examples below. Science fiction Image. The author ... used his own high-resolution image. Font. "Obitron" for the front, back cover, and spine text. Layout

  8. Reduce Your eBook Manuscript File Size

    a smooth conversion. Images The largest element of almost any eBook will be the image content. Inside ... your file, the Kindle book format supports JPEG and GIF images. Images in other formats KDP accepts ... (BMP, PNG) or images that exceed this file size requirement are automatically recompressed as JPEG ... files during conversion. For the best results, you'll need high-definition images with a file under ... 650MB. If you inserted images into your eBook in BMP or PNG format, you can decrease the size of your

  9. eBook Manuscript Formatting Guide

    ., if your book doesn't have images). After you format your manuscript in Word, add finishing touches ... your upload your eBook, the footnotes will be automatically converted to endnotes. Insert images ... . We recommend inserting images with Kindle Create, which is explained in step 3 of this guide. Kindle ... Create can help you insert and edit the size and alignment of your images with preset options based ... on professional book layouts. Prefer to do it yourself? Here are our top tips for adding images

  10. Prepare Reflowable Books with Kindle Create

    other text Edit text Add text Add or change images Add images Replace images Delete images Insert, edit ... images imported from your DOC(X) file cannot currently be edited in Kindle Create. Make any changes ... users). Add or change images Kindle Create provides support for inserting, resizing, and deleting ... images. You can edit the size and alignment of your images with options based on professional book ... layouts. Kindle Create requires images in the JPG format and recommends at least 100 pixels

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