Every now and then we need to create a table of contents (TOC) for an eBook. Some readers like to have it hyperlinked for ease of negotiation in the book. Right now, I am creating the TOC for my new book, Julian Lackland, which will launch on September 22.
These instructions are for MS WORD, which is my preferred word-processing program.I assume the steps are similar in Google Docs but they will differ in ways I’m unfamiliar with.
I know of several high-end book-designing programs out there that will create the TOC and many other aspects of the finished product, but I have never used them. If you have the money and intend to publish a lot of books, one of those would be a good investment.
Also, before we begin, Draft2Digitalcan do this for you at no charge if your TOC is a straightforward thing. I heartily…
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