The instructions in the Smashwords style guide are excellent and easy to follow.
Thanks. I can't publish on Smashwords for various reasons (being outside the US is one of them). Do you have a link to these instructions?Jerri Lincoln said:The instructions in the Smashwords style guide are excellent and easy to follow.
Jan - I followed this video (that was kindly suggested to me by Marsha on these boards). I'm clueless too, but this was a doddle.Jan Hurst-Nicholson said:I haven't previously put a TOC in any of my books and I uploaded them to KDP as Word docs, but now I'm compiling a book of short stories that will require a TOC. Does anyone have plain vanilla instructions as to how to go about doing this? I'm clueless with technical jargon so need a step-by-step version .
Katie - love your signature.Katie Elle said:It's very easy using calibre and word styles and it generates both an HTML and ncx toc. You just put the chapter titles in heading one and tell calibre to create it for you.
Guide on my site http://www.klerotica.com/?p=114
Yes, Masha, it was just what I needed. Thanks again. Oops, got your name slightly wrong. Sorry.Masha du Toit said:Glad you found the video useful, Sam