Low-content books such as journals, planners, and workbooks are popular for good reason. Here are just a few of the benefits:
- They’re much faster and easier to create than other books.
- They can make nice companion books to your other books. For instance, you can create a workbook, planner, or journal that goes hand-in-hand with your other book(s).
- You can create a low-content book for your own use, designed exactly the way you desire.
- They make excellent gifts.
- You can add them to your list of products or create an entire business based on low-content books
The great news is, you don’t need any special or expensive software to create beautiful books. All you need is something you likely already have – PowerPoint.
This course provides step-by-step instructions for using PowerPoint to create a variety of low-content book pages.
Among other things you’ll learn:
- Why creating low content books is a great idea
- How to plan out your low content books
- Whether to create your low-content book interiors in gray scale or color
- Considerations regarding your book trim size and whether or not to use bleed
- How to create custom page sizes in PowerPoint
- A cool trick for setting up margins in PowerPoint
- How to create lined journal pages for your low content books in PowerPoint
- How to create children’s manuscript pages
- How to create dot journal pages (commonly referred to as “bullet journal” pages)
- How to create graph paper in PowerPoint
- Easy ways to create drawing plus text pages and comic book style pages in PowerPoint
- How to handle text-heavy pages when creating a low-content book in PowerPoint
- A super simple way to create checklists for your low content book pages in PowerPoint
- Easy ways to create calendar pages for your low content books
- How to add beautiful borders to your pages
- Creating unique design elements for your low content book using PowerPoint
- How to add images to your book and how to edit them using PowerPoint
- How to combine various elements to create unique low-content book pages using nothing but PowerPoint
- How to create low content books super fast by duplicating pages and sections
- How to save your PowerPoint presentation as a PDF so you can upload it to Amazon, Lulu, and more
By the end of this course you’ll be able to quickly and easily create unique low-content books in PowerPoint that you can gives as gifts, use for your own purposes, or make available to others in print or PDF form.