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EdTech Books follows APA's recommendations for paper elements and format. Authors should use headings to create hierarchy and structure in the text of their chapters. The WYSIWYG editor has automatic formatting for headings and other text styles that makes chapters simple and easy to read. Check the proofing tab in the book settings to make sure your headings are tagged appropriately.

Google Docs

If you create your chapter in Google Docs before you import it into EdTech Books, you can apply styles in the Google document that will transfer into EdTech Books. Watch the video below to see how to use styles in Google Docs.

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Side Navigation

EdTech Books provides sidebar navigation for the headings in each chapter. Apply heading styles in the WYSIWYG editor. Follow the instructions in the video above to see how to apply styles in EdTech Books. The headings will appear in the sidebar navigation, and readers can click on the headings to directly navigate to the heading of their choice.