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  1. Emailed - thanks again for your help! Rayne
  2. Hi Marguerite, Thanks so much for your help! I still haven't quite figured out how to get the emphasis to work - I got it one time, but the text wound up way too small. I took some screenshots, if that helps. What it looks like in Storyist, what it looks like after exporting as PDF, what it looks like as an ePub rendered in a browser, and what it looks like in iBooks on my phone. I am glad to know it's possible - thanks! As for Steve Shepard, do you happen to know how I can get a hold of him, just for extra insight? Thanks again! Rayneyday
  3. Hi Marguerite, Certain words and sentences require underlined text, so I use highlight and cmnd+U, if that's what you mean. Otherwise, I'm a bit lost. When I export the file, I select .epub as the option (rather than text files or such), select My Manuscript, my title page, and my cover page, put them in order, and then export them to a file in the novel's specific folder. There's no option that asks me whether I want to keep the emphasis or not. Oddly, the emphasis shows up fine in .pdfs and .docs, just not in .epub. The problem is with underlines and italics. I have not tried bolding anything, but I imagine it's the same. Edit: I'm also having a problem with justified text translating into ePubs.
  4. Hi all, I'm new and I just had a quick and hopefully simple question. (I'm not even sure whether I'm posting in the right place.) I've noticed that when I export to Word or Pages, the emphasis I use - usually underline - translates fine into those programs. But when I export to ePub, there's nothing - no underline, no italics, just plain text like the text around it. Is there something I'm missing? I'd really like to be able to do this, so Storyist could be my one-stop shop for all my writing.
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