How to Create a NCX Table of Contents for Amazon Upload Using Calibre

Very Informative . . . helpful . . . still, I must PAY to have this done next time – – – even with the clear step-by-step instructions, I am an IDIOT when it comes to a computer! THANKS, Jo Robinson & Ron of LIT WORLD INTERVIEWS.

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I have to say that apart from proofreading, creating a NCX table of contents is something I would be more than happy to outsource to a professional and pay for. Considering my mission to learn all the aspects of self-publishing myself though, as well as the fact that not all Indies have the couple of hundred bucks in their budgets for this, I decided to figure it out myself. I must admit that I wasn’t keen to load any file on to Amazon that wasn’t a nice clean HTML conversion, so I updated my already published books using Calibre with some trepidation. They all worked out very nicely, and now that I understand the logic behind this method I’m all for it. The table of contents we did before works very well for getting a nice clickable table in the front or back of your book, depending where you want…

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  1. jorobinson176 · July 2, 2015

    Thanks for sharing Michael! 🙂

  2. michaelphelps1 · July 2, 2015

    How can I notm pass on your sage advice to help other Writers?
    Thanks again.,

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