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Award-Winning Book Created on Pressbooks

San Francisco-based startup ThinkApps used Pressbooks to create its first book–and the award-winning book has already been named Book of the Year by Product Hunt. Read about how ThinkApps’ produced their award-wining book, and where you can read the book, which features insights from 25+ well-known tech founders and investors.

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Revised: 2nd Edition of The Pressbooks Guide to Self-Publishing

Self-publishing is constantly evolving, so we thought it was time to update our Pressbooks Guide to Self-Publishing. (Since we used Pressbooks to create the book, revising and reissuing it was a piece of cake.) You can download the recently revised book in ebook or printable formats at

How to Work With Images in Pressbooks: Your Questions Answered

We get a lot of questions on how to upload and work with images using Pressbooks. You’ll find answers to the most commonly asked questions here.

As always, we want to be your partner in publishing. Feel free to reach out to us anytime with feedback, input or questions.

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