Originally Posted by susan_cassidy
The font sizes are normally controlled by the e-book reading software/device, so you should not worry about that so much. You should not have "page layouts", per se, as screen sizes vary. The content should be as simply formatted as possible, if it is predominantly text.
OpenOffice, which is free, and has Writer, which is a Word replacement, generates much better HTML for conversion than M/S Word does.
Thank you for cind reply Susan.
I have looked a little on Atlantis word prosessor. (Loaded down the trial version) They have a e-book template (basic e-book I think)
Now.I do not intend to write paper books, or a five houndred page novel.
Just some small to medium size e-books.
Do you think that Open office will be good enoungh for this?
Also, when you say that in a "normal" e- book the content should be as simply formated as possible Words and pictures)
Do this say that the e-book loks more like a wordpress side than an ordinary paper book.
( I am sorry, but this was the closest I could get to explain it)