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Step 1: Prepare Your Manuscript PDF ConversionThe first step to digital publication or print is the transition for your good old MS Word file, to a PDF document. While you can choose other file format of XPS, the PDF format is the most recognised “read only” file format at all publishing platforms, be it websites, Kindle, or while printing. PDF will support all your metadata, graphics and page layouts, as it is, when printed, or read in different devices. To prepare for the publication, all you need to do is save it as an MS Word Document in your computer. While you can make final proofing and formatting of your book, with fonts, graphics, table of contents and everything, inside of MS Publisher. It’s a matter of choice where you wish to final proof your manuscript.
Step 2: Open Your File in MS PublisherLaunch MS Publisher, on the main window, select “File” then “Export” and finally, Create PDF/XPS”. This will open up the window showing your file folders, select the MS word document you have previously saved by double clicking on it, and it will bring the file in your MS Publisher environment. Now go to “Save As” and save your now MS Publisher file as a PDF.
Step: Final Setup of PDF File to Make It Ready to PublishOnce you have saved your MS word file as MS Publishers. You can further edit and re-format your manuscript in the MS Publisher. You can add new templates, edit font or styles, and insert images, all in all, carry out all the due diligence for final proofing. Then go to “Options” section in MS Publisher toolbar, and choose the options from under the “Specify how this publication will be printed” heading. The options are
- Minimum Size – this is the simplest format of a single page document for online viewing. Fittest for journals, and short stories, and write-up without images, for it will reduce the resolution in images.
- Standard — this is the standard publication option that allows online distribution, emailing, and printed via desktop printers.
- High Quality Printing — ideal for quality digital publications as an eBook, for online readability and copy shop printing.
- Commercial Press — the bigger and better format than high quality, is best to restore high quality images in higher resolution
- Custom — this is the option wherein you can customise the page setup, and page layout type.