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Indie Book Publishing with Euan Mitchell” is a YouTube channel with  FREE tutorials designed to help you package your creativity and deliver it to the world via ebooks and print books.

MOST POPULAR: Lay Out a Print Book’s Pages with InDesign CC 2017

InDesign CC17 Book Pages

Ebook Publishing

How to Publish an Ebook with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (9:22)

How to Format a Microsoft Word file for Publishing as an Ebook (18:45)

How to Make an Ebook Cover with Paint.net for Windows  (8:29)


Print Book Preparation with PhotoShop and InDesign
CC17 (Creative Cloud 2017)

PhotoShop Basics (3:38)

InDesign Basics (5:25)

Lay Out a Print Book’s Pages with InDesign CC 2017 (14:18)

InDesign CC 2017 Book Cover Layout Part 1 (1:57)

InDesign CC 2017 Book Cover Layout Part 2 (8:53)

How to Make a Press-Quality PDF with Adobe Acrobat DC  (1:07)


Intros to PhotoShop and InDesign CS6 (Creative Suite 6)

PhotoShop Basics (7:56)

InDesign Basics (10:40)

Press Quality PDF Basics (3:28)

Assemble a Print Book Cover (Step by Step using InDesign CS6)

1. File Set-up (5:41)

2. The Front Cover (9:16)

3. The Back Cover (8:32)

4. The Book’s Spine (4:34)

5. Make a Press Quality PDF (2:31)

Lay Out a Print Book’s Pages (Step by Step using InDesign CS6)

1. File Set-up (3:32)

2. Autoflow Text, Insert and Delete Pages (4:46)

3. Paragraph Styles (8:39)

4. Page Numbers and Master Pages (6:09)

5. Page Headers and Applying Master Pages (7:05)

6. Hyphenation and Tracking (2:40)

7. Prelims, Images, Text Wraps, Page Breaks (10:28)

8. Make a Press Quality PDF of the Pages (3:56)


To download the photo of the Bondi lifeguard used in the Photoshop Basics video, click here. The image will open in a new window. To copy it to your computer:

1. For Windows users: right-click anywhere on the image. From the options that appear, left-click Save picture as… then select a suitable storage place on your computer, then left-click Save.

2. For Mac users: right-click* anywhere on the image. From the options that appear, left-click Save Image As… then select a suitable storage place on your computer, then left-click Save. * If you have a single-button mouse, hold down the Control key while clicking to simulate a right-click.

 

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