We've included many features in BookWright that can help you design your book.
Make and save your own layouts.
If you’ve created a layout that you’re likely to use again and again throughout your book, use the Save Layout option to save that design. Then drag and drop your custom layout from the thumbnail strip of layouts onto whichever page you’d like to apply that layout to.
Customize cover design for different cover formats.
Since each of our cover types have some slight variations in trim and size, BookWright allows you to customize your design for each format that you want to print. You can design distinct covers from scratch, or after you’ve finished one cover design, you can use the Apply to All function to replicate that design for the other cover types.
Link and flow text from one container to another
While working in a text container, find the link function in the bottom right corner. Then click into a second container to link them. Text will now automatically flow from the first container into the second.
If you need to unlink them, click on the unlink function, in the bottom right corner of the text container.
Overlap images and move one from the front to back (or vice versa)
If you’re overlapping images on top of each other, use the front to back and back to front functions to decide which image will appear on the top. You can also use these functions to overlap images and text, but not two text containers.
You’ll find these functions in the photo editing tools, when you have a photo container selected. They will appear grayed out if there are not overlapping containers.
Licensed fonts for ebook
Check out this FAQ to see which fonts are licensed for use on the web.
BookWright is installed with the color profile used for our print production, which means that you’ll see your images on screen in the closest approximation we can offer to what you’ll see in print, assuming your monitor has been recently calibrated for color accuracy.
You don’t have to do anything to use this color profile– it will be applied to your book automatically.