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Old 09-28-2012, 05:57 PM   #6
Sara_J
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Thank you for the help!! You are all so kind

I have never created tables in HTML and I was searching how to go about creating them, but I was finding information from 2010. Can anyone pinpoint me to any link/resources with updated content on how to make a table in HTML specific for a Kindle book?

The tables are very basic, just rows and columns type, no macros or anything.

Talking about tables, I am also trying to read about making the ToC, which I read that is best done as clickable. I am getting confused with this too so I'd appreciate if you can pinpoint me to a link that would outline everything so that I can study it and apply it.

I am currently finishing the writing of the manuscript, and all my time is invested in that for now. I have downloaded the PDF that Amazon has as a manual for the Kindle, but I still haven't come to reading it as I rather have the manuscript written, then worry about formatting.

Thank you again for any help! It is great to be able to chat with others who have done this before as, in all honesty, I feel quite alone doing this since no one that I know has a clue about writing a Kindle book.

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