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I went through the proper channels - contacted author central, requested permission to upload my book files, got permission - and then YAY!
Of course, there is no tab.
Telling me how much they appreciate sellers like me. I feel like I am being held hostage with an incomplete view of my book. After 6 weeks I a,m still trying to figure this out without going onto another merry go around.
I still do not have a clue and yes the experience royally sucks and the circular canned emails are conflicting. Can you hear me scream UTC 5 Possible solution!
Hope this works for you. I tried 3 times last week, and their responses were a confusing mess.
Then of course 25 minutes ago I figured it out, I think. Document security any type is not used.
Transparent objects are flattened. Spreads and printer's marks are disabled. Downsampling, or decreasing resolution, of images is disabled. Provide a name and location for the PDF file you are printing to may default to the current name and location of the native document.
Click "OK" in the print dialog box. Once created, make sure to open the PDF file to see that it appears as you intended. Otherwise, make the necessary adjustments in the native document and re-create the PDF file.
Provide a name and location for the PDF file you are exporting may default to the current name and location of the native document.
Click "Save" or "OK" in the print dialog box. Bleeds are enabled if applicable. Click "Export" or "OK" in the export dialog box.
With the native document open in the application you used to write your book, select "Save As" from the application's main menu or "File" menu.
Choose "PDF" from the list of available file formats. Provide a name and location for the PDF file you are saving to may default to the current name and location of the native document.