How Do You Format MS Word To Use Block Paragraphing In Kindle Publishing?
Why does Kindle impose that default first-line indent?
I think you would simply change the justification to "Block" instead of center or left hand justified. What version of Word? Worts case scenario get a copy of open office and download the free add on for epub and ebook publication.
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