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  1. Advertising for KDP Books

    the click into a sale. Make sure your detail page has: An accurate, descriptive title High-quality images ... not exactly represent all the elements in live ads. Your ad will contain your book cover image, book ... (e.g., #1 Bestseller) Images not appropriate for all audiences For details, see the Amazon Creative ... and provide an image of the error. Did this page answer your question? Yes | No The survey is hosted by Qualtrics, so you'll visit their site to fill it out.

  2. Enhanced Typesetting and Page Flip

    for different reading modes such as night mode, sepia, or green. Image layout improvements. We have better ... maintained intended image size and placement within text, relative to the source or print page ... at their current location. High definition visuals (HDV) support. Images are an important part of the reading ... support, Amazon improves on unique eBook experiences such as image zooming, pinching, and panning ... view multiple pages at once to better locate a chart or image Support for Page Flip If Page Flip

  3. Webinars

    up by clicking the webinar image. Missed the webinar? You can watch recorded webinars and download the companions from the live sessions.

  4. Paperback Cover Resources

    the basics so I can do it myself See a guide with detailed file type, size, image, barcode

  5. Look Inside the Book

    with a “Look Inside!” arrow attached to the book cover image on your detail page: Your book

  6. eBook Metadata Guidelines

    cover image text) meant to advertise, promote, mislead, or that doesn't accurately represent ... Book title Subtitle Series information Author Contributors Publisher Keywords Cover image Book title ... or promotions (e.g., "free") Anything that is unrelated to your book's content Cover image The title, subtitle ... . Covers that may be misleading because they closely resemble another book's layout, color scheme, fonts and/or images aren't allowed.

  7. Paperback Metadata Guidelines

    have a zero tolerance policy for metadata (including cover image text) meant to advertise, promote ... Guidelines for all metadata Title, subtitle, series Contributors Description Search keywords ISBN Cover image ... , watermarks on images or videos, or promotional material Time-sensitive information (e.g. dates ... in the "Paperback Content" section during title setup. Learn more about ISBNs. Cover image The title ... . Covers that may be misleading because they closely resemble another book's layout, color scheme, fonts and/or images aren't allowed.

  8. Kindle Previewer

    elements (e.g., images, lists, tables) throughout your eBook. For example, if you want to check all ... the images in your book, select Images from the menu, and Previewer will display all pages with images ... . To zoom into an image in books in other formats, you can double-click on an image to open the image

  9. Print Options

    choose white paper, which shows a higher contrast for images and graphics. For example, you're ... publishing a textbook with lots of images, tables, and charts. White paper will make these visual elements ... more striking. When choosing your ink and paper type: Choose color ink if any images in your ... printed items on a page, such as images or illustrations, reach all the way to the edge of the page ... choose Bleed in Print Options if you have any images or illustrations in your book that you want

  10. Creating Fixed-Layout Books Without Pop-Ups

    image that is larger than the screen size, so that the page renders a high-quality, readable image ... In this method, the background image is stripped of text and the majority of text in the book is rendered ... %; } Invisible Text Overlay For text that is part of an image, or is irregularly sized, angled, or curved, you ... text should be positioned directly over the corresponding text in the base image, and should be sized ... so that the highlight area of the invisible text corresponds to the text in the base image. HTML

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