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Sorry, my original reply went off list.

On 07/09/2013 12:10 AM, Pablo Dotro wrote:

I thank you for your time and effort. I would prefer to stick to using LO... I seriously considered turning to LaTeX, but I truly feel a little overwhelmed with the amount of learning I would need to do in order to reach the same formatting proficiency I have with a standard word processor.
Best regards,

I've written fourteen books and used LO for every one. Now I write fiction, so I my books don't tend to use complicated layouts. The important thing to understand is that you will need to use a tool like Calibre to covert the LO-generated HTML file to .mobi and .epub. With Calibre you can generate a TOC and the like.

Hope that helps.


*Jack Wallen*|The Zombie King
Get on the Dark Hayride at Get Jack'd
Author of the I Zombie, Fringe Killers, The Nameless, and Shero series of books

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