And that particular loop (series) is closed. Yesterday I hit publish on Affinity Publisher for Non-Fiction.
This one picks up where Affinity Publisher for Fiction Layouts left off. It covers tables of contents, indexes, merging multiple documents into one, using chapter names for your headers, having multiple columns of text on the page, and working with images in the main body of your text.
Which closes that particular “open loop” because that is the last book I am writing on Affinity Publisher. Yay. One down, two to go.
Of course, it’s always interesting writing non-fiction because I learn new tricks as I write. Sometimes it’s just a matter of “I never bothered to track that answer down” and sometimes it’s a weird blind spot I had.
So, in honor of weird blind spots…
I always use the Resource Manager to swap out my images, but it turns out there is a Replace Image option in the dynamic menu at the top that you can click on when your have an image selected. Much simpler to use if you’re not worried about the DPI of the imported image.
Something to share for those who already read the prior books.
Anyway. Enjoy. It may take a few days to hit all the major stores, but it’s on its way.