Originally Posted by 1611mac
Great post! And speaking of "Pages," I use the desktop version on my iMac to create epubs for my iPad. Set your styles, giving your chapter headings a "chapter name" style and export your doc as an epub. Then drop it as a book in iTunes. You'll have a nice TOC based on your "chapter name" styles.
Apple even has a "best practices" template available. For more info search the desktop version of Pages "help" for "epub." Also see Pages under the Macintosh section in the forum wiki HERE
What would be awesome would be if the iPad Pages app could open/save ePubs from iBooks directly for editing...with instant feedback by switching back and forth between the two.