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Instant Book Markup

Instant Book Markup

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Marking up a document for Instant Book

   Markup, #1: Convert 'real' names, addresses, quantities, or other personal information into plain text variables. We call this process 'Pathagorizing.'

  Markup, #2: Mark where each new clause is to begin. Any marker will do. We have used “(*)” in the example shown above.

  lightbulbsmallHint: Once you have decided on the special marker, and typed it once, you should copy it into your clipboard. Then you can easily paste it at each location you want a new clause to start. That will save time and avoid typos.

  redarrowIf a paragraph contains auto-numbering fields such that you cannot move the cursor in 'front' of the number, the marker should be placed adjacent to the first character to the RIGHT of that number.