Learn how to use Oracle Open Office 3.2 writer to write an PDF E-book, so you can easily share your E-book with readers on E-book readers, tablet pcs, or computers which can read Adobe PDF files. Steps to writing a PDF E-book in Oracle Open Office 3.2 Writer Word Processor. You can download Open Office 3.2 at www.openoffice.org which is available for : Linux, Windows, Solaris and Mac Operating Systems. Open Office 3.2 Writer is included with Ubuntu's desktop operating systems by default. First you need to make a title page, table of contents, and write the E-book chapters. When you are done writing and proof reading your E-book, you have to make bookmarks for each chapter. High light the chapter title with your mouse cursor, go to the insert menu then the Bookmarks menu option to start the bookmark wizard. Type in the name of your bookmark, and click the OK button to finish the bookmark creation process. Repeat this step for each chapter title page in your E-book. Also, be sure to make descriptive names for your chapter bookmarks since it will make linking your table of content links to your E-book bookmarks more simple in the next step. Next, you need to link your bookmarks to your table of contents by highlighting the titles in the table of contents and linking them to their bookmarks by pressing the earth hyper-link button on the top row of Open Office Writer toolbar then pressing on the document option in the sidebar, and picking your bookmark for the link. You need ...


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