Quick Guide to The Chapter Editor

Quick Guide to The Chapter Editor

Welcome to the Chapter Editor, a powerful tool that makes writing and editing easier. Here's a quick overview of its
main features to help you get started.

Insert Menu

This tool lets you add various elements and styles to your chapter, like horizontal lines, page breaks, endnotes, text for right-to-left languages, info boxes, dividing sections, importing DOCX files, creating links, and adding helpful hints.

Edit Menu

Use this for text changes. It includes undo/redo, find/replace, removing styles, adjusting paragraphs, changing text direction, and editing HTML code.

Tools Menu

This menu has extra tools like word count and a content cleanup to remove Grammarly effects. There's also an OCR tool to get text from images or scanned documents.


Manage and insert citations and references in your chapter. Add references, create lists, and ensure your sources are correctly documented.

Font Settings Options

Customize how your text looks. You can choose different fonts, sizes, styles, like bold or italics, and colors.

Insert Options

Add tables, media (images, videos), galleries, iframes, interactive elements, and symbols to make your chapter more engaging.

Paragraph Settings Options

Paragraph Settings Options in the Chapter Editor are tools for formatting your paragraphs. They let you adjust how your text looks, including indentation, line spacing, and alignment.

Collaborative Authoring Tabs

These tabs help multiple authors work together on the same chapter.

Book Themes

Choose themes for your book to make it look consistent and stylish.

Chapter History

The list chronicles various versions of the chapter at different times, offering snapshots of its evolution with each revision.


Hide tabs you're not using to make more space. Click the toggle button to hide or show them.


Save your work often. You can also Save and close, Save Minor Changes, or Save With Comment for different needs.

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