How to Publish a TextbookPublishing a textbook
Use Microsoft Word or a similar application to create your textbook or courseware, such as test preparations, learning tools, references or courseware, and send your files to Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) for automated swapping.
Use Microsoft Word or a similar application to create your textbook or courseware, such as test preparations, learning tools, references or courseware, and send your files to Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) for automated swapping. Besides doc/docx KDP also support HTML, Mobi, ePub and other data types mentioned here.
To find out more about creating a professional-quality electronic document, please visit the Publisher's Author's Guide: Creating Your BooktyourBook For Kindle. When your eBook contains more sophisticated formats such as diagrams and graphics, side bars, or formulas, a print replica can be more appropriate for your work. You can use Kindle Textbook Creator to create a print replica of a PDF document into a print replica of your own printed work.
The Print Reflica provides the customer with an accurate reproduction of the print page and is conceived for education contents that are full of complicated contents. The print replication may not be available on all of Kindle's sponsored machines. Learn more about print replicas and assisted devices: Kindle Print Reblica. Kindle Textbook Creator allows you to print replicas of your PDF documents and also has the option to include additional interactivity contents such as sound, movie and picture pop-ups.
You can use the following shortcuts to get the utility for Mac or PC or to find out more about Kindle Textbook Creator. Fill in the necessary track information (your cover name, surname, etc.) and use our categorisation utilities and key words to help your student find your work in Kindle Stores worldwidely. You can find out more here.
Use KDP's Covers Creator to make a covers or add your own. Choose the areas where you have the right to publish your work. Register your work with KDP Choose to get higher royalty fees, get new audiences through Kindle Unlimited and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, and get entry to merchandise utilities such as Kindle Countdown Deals and Free Booktracks.