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If You Have Ever Wanted To Use An EZ Ebook Template But Had No Idea How To Get Started…

Then THIS Is The Instruction Manual You Must Have To Kick Your Templating Into High Gear!

Getting the most out of your EZ Ebook Template collection doesn’t have to be a mind scramble. You can do it. And I’m going to help you get the most out of every single EZ Ebook Template you own…Starting right now!

How To Do Everything With Your EZ Ebook Templates is a handy 130+ page PDF instruction manual that walks you through every process of editing any ebook template found inside any EZ Ebook Template package! Whether it’s an existing ebook template, or a future ebook template not even thought out yet, this step-by-step guide will tell you exactly what you need to know to become an EZ ebook template pro almost instantly.

Finally, you can take full advantage of every single EZ Ebook Template on the market today…even if you don’t know how to open one up!

Sounds like a load of tripe, doesn’t it?

Well I assure you, it isn’t.

This guide has helped hundreds of people, just like you, that don’t know the difference between a Header and a hole in the ground generate their own unique PDF ebooks from an EZ Ebook Template quickly.

Downloading your own copy of How To Do Everything With Your EZ Ebook Templates is like having me standing right next to you as you work with any ebook template I’ve designed.

You don’t have to take my word for it though. Just look what some of our happy customers had to say about this invaluable guide….

 

“Tracy,

What else can I say but THANK YOU for creating such a super product! The ebook templates of course are phenomenal, but sometimes it can be hard to know how to do certain editing tasks. Your new guide has changed all that! I am soooo glad you released this manual. Now I know that no matter what ebook template I use, I can make it look just as I want it in a matter of minutes…No further info searching necessary!!

Thanks again Tracy and keep those ebook templates coming!

Sincerely,

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“Tracy,

You’re new guide has changed the way I make PDF ebooks. At first, I stayed away from using EZ Ebook Templates because, well, I just didn’t have a clue what to do with them. I mean, they looked fabulous, but I was totally lost when it came time to making any changes to them. Now I don’t have to worry about that pesky problem any more. Not with the new guide. It tells me everything I need to know! I can’t wait to release my next big ebook project featuring one of your ebook templates.

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“Tracy,

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“Tracy,

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Emails like the above come pouring in almost daily since the release of this guide. And you could be the next success story.

 

You CAN Learn Everything You Need To Know About Editing and Using ANY EZ Ebook Template

Yes, you can! From opening up your very first EZ Ebook Template, to making graphic adjustments, to creating a PDF file….It’s all there ready to improve your learning curve and demystify EZ Ebook Templates once and for all.

In fact, just so you know this is the ‘real deal’ I have listed the complete contents of what’s inside How To Do Everything With Your EZ Ebook Templates instruction manual….

 

How To Open An EZ Ebook Template…………………………………………Page 6
How To Edit Headers & Footers………………………………………………..Page 8
  How To Create New Headers & Footers Inside Your Text Document……Page 10
  How To Add Elements To Your Header………………………………………Page 14
  How To Add Elements To Your Footer………………………………………..Page 33
  How To Add Background Graphics To Headers & Footers………………..Page 49
How To Add & Edit Background Graphics……………………………………Page 53
  How To Add A Background To A New Text Document………………………Page 54
  How To Change A Background In Any EZ Ebook Template………………..Page 65
  How To Edit An EZ Ebook Template Background……………………………Page 78
How To Add Your Ebook Content………………………………………………Page 105
  Adding Plain Text Content To EZ Ebook Templates………………………..Page 105
  Adding Images To Your Content Inside EZ Ebook Templates…………….Page 108
How To Edit & Add New Chapters……………………………………………..Page 109
  Edit Existing Chapters and Sub Chapters……………………………………Page 109
  Adding New Chapters and Sub Chapters……………………………………Page 110
How To Edit or Add New Table of Contents…………………………………..Page 111
  How To Edit an Existing Table of Contents………………………………….Page 112
  How To Create a Brand New Table of Contents…………………………….Page 114
  How To Change Table of Contents Text Style……………………………….Page 127
How To Save Your Edited Ebook Template…………………………………..Page 131
How To Create a PDF From Your Ebook Template…………………………..Page 132

 

There are even helpful screen shot images throughout the entire manual so that you know precisely what needs to be done, and where, to complete each editing step easily.

Honestly, everything you would ever need to know about editing, or creating your own ebook templates from scratch, has been included inside this one of a kind easy start up PDF guide.

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EZ Ebook Templates Creator/Owner

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Before, I told you how you could create links to your content by making use of the Bookmark setting inside OOo Writer.

Today, I’m going to show you a different way. One which will allow you to utilize the “Indexes and Tables” function, and at the same time, make it a clickable Table of Contents that leads right to your ebook chapters.

First though, let me tell you why this solution might be the better one.

The reason why I believe this is the better solution is because you won’t have to manually update your Table of Contents. Simply by clicking ONE button, you can have your TOC update itself…Including adding in new chapter links!

Can’t get any better than that. At least, I don’t think so.

So, How Do You Create A Linked TOC While Using The “Indexes and Tables”?

Well, first you have to know how to create a TOC, or Table of Contents, using the “Indexes and Tables” function inside OpenOffice Writer. So, I’m going to teach you how to do just that.

Once you get the hang of using the “Indexes and Tables” function, it will come like second nature to you. I promise.

Step 1: Use The “Styles and Formatting” Box/Menu

Okay, the first thing we’re going to need to do before we can even get to the point where we add our Table of Contents to begin with is to make some style changes.

This may sound complicated, but believe me, once you do it a couple of times, it gets really easy.

So, the first thing we’ll need to do, beyond having our ebook content of course, is to open up the “Styles and Formatting” menu.

To do that, look for this link in your main toolbar of OpenOffice Writer: Format.

Click the “Format” link in the toolbar.

A drop down menu will appear.

From that menu, select “Styles and Formatting” by left clicking it once.

The “Styles and Formatting” window should now be open and look like this:

Alternatively, you can hit the F11 button on your keyboard to open up the Styles and Formatting window as well. That’s the shortcut key ;)

The next thing we’re going to do is make sure that our ebook Chapter titles show up inside our official Table of Contents menu within our ebook.

The way we do that is to assign a specific style to our ebook Chapters.

For our main ebook Chapter titles we’re going to use the Heading 1 style.

What you will need to do is to left click and drag across your ebook Chapter text to highlight it. Like so:

Then, you will want to apply the Heading 1 style by selecting it from the styles drop down menu shown below:

Of course it will show the Default style, to change it to the Heading 1 style, simply click on the arrow down and then select the Heading 1 style by left clicking it from the drop down menu.

You will see that your ebook Chapter text has now changed from the default format to the Heading 1 style format.

The next step is to do the above for every single ebook Chapter inside your ebook.

Always be sure to save your progress as you go!

You can also insert “Sub Chapters” within your Table of Contents.

How?

By highlighting your Sub Chapter text then applying the Heading 2 style from the styles/formatting drop down menu just as I showed you above.

Step 2: Adding A Basic Table of Contents Using The “Indexes and Tables” Function

Once you have all your Heading styles in place from Step 1 above, it’s time to insert our Table of Contents.

For this, you will need to create a new, blank page.

To do that, simply select the following from your main OpenOffice Writer toolbar:

Insert > Manual Break… > Page Break

Now that we have a fresh, new blank page, it’s time to insert our Table of Contents.

Be sure that your cursor is blinking somewhere within your newly created blank page.

Then from the main toolbar, select the following:

Insert > Indexes and Tables > Indexes and Tables

You should now see a box similar to the following:

All you need to do now is to hit the “OK” button.

Then you should see your new Table of Contents sitting inside your blank page.

Easy, right?

Well, maybe not at first, but if you do this every time you create a new ebook, it will become really easy.

Okay, let’s get those Chapters linked up.

Step 3: Adding In Hyperlinks For Your New Table of Contents

This is the tricky part. Not too tricky, but you will have to pay very close attention. There are a few magic clicks we’ll have to perform to get this part just right.

All right. The first step is to re-open the “Indexes and Tables” window that I showed you above.

To do that, simply right click anywhere inside your new Table of Contents.

From the menu that will appear, you must select “Edit Index/Table” by left clicking that option when it appears.

Then the “Indexes and Tables” window will reappear. See? Like magic ;)

The next step is the tricky part.

From inside the “Indexes and Tables” window, you will need to click on the “Entries” tab pictured below:

Then you should see the following:

What we do next is to left click inside the little rectangular box directly behind the text: E#

Then click the “Hyperlink” button as shown here:

Keep the above window OPEN!!

There’s one more thing we have to do before we finish our work.

You will need to do the EXACT SAME THING outlined above for the # area shown below:

Remember, left click once inside the little text box behind the # symbol, then click the “Hyperlink” button.

Now, with that all done, simply hit the “OK” button.

Presto!

You now have an official linked Table of Contents.

What About Sub Chapters? Can They Also Be Linked?

Certainly.

Just do the same things outlined above, but instead of having the 1 selected as shown below:

Left click and select the number 2 directly below it.

Then follow the aforementioned steps.

You may have to redo the steps for your main chapter links, but that’s simple enough, right?

How Do I Update The Table of Contents When I Add New or Additional Content To My Ebooks?

That’s simple enough.

Anytime you add a new chapter, be sure that you use the Heading 1 ( or Heading 2 style for sub chapters ) style for your chapter titles, simply navigate back to your Table of Contents, right click anywhere inside of it, and select the “Update Index/Table” link.

Then your Table of Contents will upgrade automatically with your newly added contents. One click simple. Just like I said.

So, now that you know the more “professional” way to add a linked Table of Contents to your OpenOffice Writer ebooks, what are you waiting for??

Go ahead and try this method out yourself!

Saving Writer Documents In Various Formats

How To Make An Ebook With Open Office Writer

How To Create PDF In OOo Writer

I posted this argument, er, point of view inside a Squidoo Lens I set up a while ago and thought it might be a good idea to include portions of the post here for you if you’re still “stuck on the fence” about switching over to OOo Writer from MS Word.

It’s pretty good stuff. Hope you like it.

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Still Using Microsoft Word For PDF Ebook Creation?

Why are you still doing things the hard way??!

That’s right. I said it.

Why on Earth would you still be creatively limiting yourself with such a crappy piece of software that costs out the rear when you can have a much better application that doesn’t cost you one red cent??

And, you can use it to make yourself wads of cash, without spending any??

Don’t get me wrong. I really like using Windows — go figure?

But I absolutely loath trying to figure my way around some cruddy “trial” junk that is so complicated to use you have to read like 12 manuals on how to add chapter links and background images to your ebook templates.

That’s just plain STOOPID.

What would have taken me months to learn using MS Word took literally HOURS in OpenOffice. Or OOo if you prefer.

Plus, I get to design beautiful ebook templates with, err, updated graphic elements that fit into the new generation of web components. You know, like creating a “web 2.0″ looking PDF ebook?

It’s a breeze with OpenOffice Writer.

And, if you are at all familiar with MS Word’s interface, then making the transition over to OpenOffice will be total cake for you.

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Just How Easy Is It To Create A PDF From Inside OpenOffice Writer?

Well, how fast can you click a button?

No, I’m not kidding.

Inside OOo Writer there’s this little bitty “PDF” icon that sits inside the tools menu bar ( *hint: it’s at the top with all the other “little” icon thingys ), and all you have to do is “left click” it once and a new window will pop open asking you to give your freshly created .ODT document a name.

Next thing you know, after you name it, you have a cool PDF file of your .ODT document sitting right on your hard drive, ready to distribute.

Can’t get much easier than this. Can it?

I don’t think so.

Why Are You Posting This Here…Now?

Because I got a message from a fellow marketer in my inbox that was promoting one of my EZ Ebook Template packages and he had suggested that his subscribers use a 3rd party PDF creation software.

Which, as he learned later, was very unecessary as OOo Writer already has this ability within the main program.

“Score 3 Points For OpenOffice! Yeah!”

Why Is This Important?

Because most folks that use Microsoft Word exclusively for their PDF ebook creations have to use a 3rd party software for PDF creation.

People who use OOo Writer don’t. Perfect!

And if Gabriel Aguinaga didn’t know about it, it’s a pretty safe bet that there are plenty other people that don’t know it either.

This is what happens when you’re use to doing things a certain way with a certain word processor program and have no idea how new software can uncomplicate your life.

It can sometimes be as simple as clicking a button.

Amazing.

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