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How To Create a Project From a Wordgenie Doc
How To Create a Project From a Wordgenie Doc

In this tutorial you are going to learn how to create a project after Wordgenie has created the content.

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1. Where Is My Worgenie eBook?

After the Wordgenie AI has finished gathering the content for your ebook it saves the original version in the Docs section.

TIP: Remember to always review and make necessary adjustments to the Wordgenie AI-generated content to ensure it aligns with your vision and standards before you create the project.

2. How to Create a Project

Navigate to the 'Docs' Section after the Wordgenie AI has completed its content generation. This is where all generated and imported content is saved.

Look for the title of your Wordgenie AI generated doc. It should be easy to locate, but if you've generated multiple docs, you might need to sift through them to find the one you wish to work on.

Tip: sort the files by 'eBooks (1)'. To check if is a WordGenie generated doc open the contextual menu (2) by clicking on the 3 dots >> Doc Information (3) - a new pop up will show the Import source.

To generate the project hover the mouse over the doc thumbnail and click on the 3 dots to open the menu. Then click on 'Choose a template'.

3. Choose Your Template

You will be directed to the template section. Here, you're presented with a variety of design options. Depending on the nature and purpose of your eBook, you will be faced with a choice:

Dynamic/Pro Templates: while there is no strict rule, the Dynamic templates are your best option if your ebook has been generated by the Wordgenie or you are importing a properly formatted content.

With just a few clicks, after importing the content, you will have an amazingly beautiful ebook ready in seconds.

*Note: DO NOT use these templates if you are planning to publish your ebook on Amazon Kindle.

Regular/Standard Templates: ideal for both the beginner user and the experienced Designrr user that needs a more flexible template with a clean interface.

*Use these templates for KIndle ebooks - we recommends the Plain Vanilla template for that purpose.

Evaluate what's best for your project and select the appropriate template.

4. Project Creation

After you select the template, paper size and paper orientation the platform will automatically create your eBook project.

At this point, you can proceed to edit, refine, and customize your eBook as needed. Make sure to preview your work by publishing the PDF to ensure everything looks as expected, and then you're all set to publish or share your eBook!

Congratulations! With these four straightforward steps, you've harnessed the power of Wordgenie AI to create a professionally designed eBook. Happy writing and designing!

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