Writing for the Kindle? Create a Table of Contents

I’ve had many questions about writing for the Kindle; specifically about formatting.

Unfortunately, I’m lazy. I use Scrivener, which does it all automatically, including creating Tables of Contents.

If you don’t have that program, and you want to do it manually, here you go…

This post, iBook Lessons: Creating Amazon KDP tables of contents on MS Word for Macintosh | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog, explains how it’s done.

“We thought we’d share our KDP Table of Contents strategy with you to help reduce the hair-pulling and frustration associated with document preparation. Here are the steps we use in Microsoft Word 2008 and 2011 to create our TOC.”

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Angela Booth is a top copywriter, multi-published author, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills on her websites. She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela has been writing successfully since the late 1970s, and was online in the 1980s, long before the birth of the Web. Her business books have been widely published.