Re: Digital book #general

Harvey Kaplan

In my experience over the years, no sooner than you make a fancy book, you will receive or discover further material and the book will need to be revised.  It's a price worth paying!  The advantage, of course, of a digital book  is that the updating is easily done.

I use MS Word for my various family history books and nowadays, Word has all the versatility I need.  Once I create a new version - which is always a big size because of all the images - I save it as a pdf version (takes seconds) and that makes it easier to email.

I imagine that the fancier programmes for books are more important if the book is to be printed out, but even then, you can always print from pdf.

Harvey Kaplan
Glasgow, Scotland 

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