Posted on July 29, 2019 at 11:04 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The life of a writer is filled with tasks that aren’t, in fact, telling stories.

Many of them are necessary evils, while others just feel like unnecessary evils.

If you can’t hire those non-writing tasks out, though, you can at least make them less tedious — for example, you can use Microsoft Word’s styles function to format your ebook consistently.

Louise Harnby shares instructions (with photos) for how to set up styles, letting you focus on your writing rather than text design.

Categories: Behind the scenes

Tagged As: Design, Technology

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