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When formatting a Word Doc Kindle eBook, do you indent the paragraphs?


I have heard a couple of writers say that for non-fiction eBooks, you don't indent. I have also heard that Kindle will add indentations. Is this true? Is it kosher to not indent?

 

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Peter Rogers (Radical Rog) says

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    Twilight Lawns 21 months ago

    Well done, Peter Rogers.

    This is exactly what I was going to say as far as using the FORMATTING INDENTATION tool and choosing what number of spaces/characters to indent.

    You can also separate your paragraphs by how much you require by selecting the

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    Peter Rogers (Radical Rog) 21 months ago

    It's not only with Kindle that using the space or tab bar to indent causes problems. This also occurs when importing into any page layout or DTP app in preparation for print production. The Format tools are there for a purpose. Use them.


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