Sometimes authors and publishers make efforts to switch their books from PDF to Kindle format. This conversion is generally done through applications available online promising to perform this task promptly and accurately. Despite this, the results aren’t satisfying, and It is due to various factors.
eBooks contain page breaks like found in print versions of published books. These breaks are included in the chapters, table of contents, and title page. These breaks give a spaced outline that separates different portions of the book and helps to maintain a visually appealing flow. It is highly challenging to achieve using most of the eBook conversion applications available in the market.
This software displays typically cluttered running text with no visible breaks that are almost difficult to read. As a consequence, books that are perfectly written end up being troublesome to read. That can lead to unwanted negative reviews for an author or publisher.
EBooks can also include unique graphical components inserted within the text body, such as footnotes, hyperlinks, images, etc. These elements need to be included in the eBook in the way indicated by the author.
In today’s era, they are considered to have clickable content. This characteristic allows readers to navigate through sections of the book by clicking on the related chapters within the table of contents. Yet, it is challenging to integrate this feature when using an automated conversion tool. Automated conversion tools usually provide ebooks where a few factors may be omitted involuntarily and with poorly placed graphic elements during the conversion process.