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Yes, you should. The point of ISBNs is to identify distinct formats--in the world of print, a paperback and a hardcover would have different ISBNs. As Bowker (the US ISBN authority) says on their site: The ISBN identifies a specific title, edition, and format being made available for sale. You will need an ISBN for each unique version of your book. ...


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First, I've formatted lots of poetry for epubs, so I can offer insights. I don't know about what kind of visual demands you have for poems. But I'm assuming that you have the usual ones -- keeping lines of a stanza together, having the proper indents and line widths and forcing page break. Poetry is easier to format by creating HTML and css style sheets. ...


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You need to include the following line in your content.opf file: <meta property="media:active-class">-epub-media-overlay-active</meta> Further information and examples can be found on the IDPF's site.


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All Kindle devices that support fixed layout ebooks (so, the Paperwhite and the various versions of the Fire) should support two page layouts. It's important to note, though, that in the Kindle Publishing Guidelines, the only place that two-page spreads are mentioned is in Section 5: Creating Fixed-Layout Graphic Novels/Manga/Comics. In Section 4: Creating ...


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You can use page-break-inside: avoid; in your CSS to keep information from breaking across pages where possible in a reflowable epub file, though not all reading systems will honor it. Another option would be using page-break-before: always; to force a page break before the content that you want to keep together. This is somewhat more widely supported, but ...


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Two solutions: We used the old doc format. Converting it to the new docx worked. If cannot convert to `docx, create a new InDesign document, then move the previously imported pages to the new document via the Pages panel.


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