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September 3rd, 2012

Formatting basics: making a beautiful book which is comfortable to read

Before I get started with the basics of formatting

I need remind you about the goal: a beautiful book which is comfortable to read. You need a customized set of styles to enable you to keep your book consistent and give you global control over the entire book as you format. This is only possible

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June 13th, 2012

How your readers see your letters: legibility

8. No ALL CAPS

As mentioned in the underline section, setting letters in all caps is the other way to emphasize words on a typewriter. Typesetting has many more options like italic, bold, bold italic, small caps. Plus we can use a larger size, a different font, a different color, and more. In fact, we

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