Sunday, January 30, 2011 - Categories personal documents
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If you haven't already read part 1 or 2 of this 4 part series on creating Kindle eBooks, you may want to view (or print) those to start with:
Part 1: Creating Headers and Document Text
Part 2: Inserting Images
Having a table of contents, allows your reader to easily see what's available in your document. Having a clickable table of contents, allows your reader to quickly jump to a specific location, normally a chapter. If you're selling your Kindle book in the Amazon store, readers now expect to see a clickable table of contents in all books - even fiction. It's not uncommon for authors to receive poor book reviews on Amazon for leaving this feature out.