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iBook Auhor Tutorial (Insert Pages and Navigate the Thumbnail and Outline View)

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Uploaded on Feb 29, 2012

The goal is how to insert pages and navigate the thumbnail and outline view, through iBook.
To perform the main goal of inserting pages and navigate the thumbnail and outline view you will need to have found and opened iBook either on your top right search bar (the little magnifying glass), or click the iBook icon at the bottom of your screen.
Once you have found the iBook program/application, it will then give you the option to chose a certain style and format of how you would like your iBook app to look like. Chose one that best fits what you're looking for.
Once you have selected a style then you can finally begin inserting pages as you please. To add a page click on the top left thumbnail. The thumbnail is in the shape of a "plus" sign. Underneath it says "Add Pages". Once you've clicked on it, it will give you the option of, "chapter", "section" or "pages". Don't click on pages but rather hold the mouse's cursor over pages so that it is highlighted in blue. Then it will automatically pull out a side bar and give you the option of style that you would like your new page to be. You can chose either the standard "default" selection, "column 1", "column 2", "column 3", or just a flat out blank page. Once you see a selection most appropriate for what you're looking for then you can click on it.
Once you have selected a new page you can then see the number of pages you have so far, as a thumbnail on the left side of your screen. If for any reason you have changed your mind on style preference for your page. Simply hover over the specific page you'd like to change over on the left side (the thumbnails) and click on the little arrow pointing downwards. Once you click on it, it will once again give you the option to choose what kind of format of page you would like.
If you happen to want to add another slide in a certain place after you're already half way done with a project don't worry. Depending on where you want to add the slide click on the thumbnails on the left hand side and click on one above where you would like to have the slide added. Then, as explained before, simply click again on the "add pages" icon.
Finally to change and add certain unique touches to your page, click on the very top of your toolbar on the tab called "View".
So to cap off again what was talked about, open up iBook, then select a style of IBook. Then begin inserting pages as desired. Once you have the right styles that you're looking for you can then click on the "View" tab and customize your pages even more. Enjoy creating your very own iBook!

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