What if I need to make revisions to my book or ebook after I have received my formatted files?

IMPORTANT: Our files are not locked in any way so you may be tempted to make changes yourself. Before doing so please consider that if you revise a file we've provided that we can no longer revise, provide support or guarantee it. You are responsible for those changes, so be sure to back up original files.

Below is an outline of how to go about making changes:

  1. Please submit your revisions (e.g. spelling or grammar corrections, etc.) through our request for revisions form here: Revisions to Formatted Files Form
  2. When filling out the request for revisions form, please provide 3 words before and/or after the word or phrase that is to be corrected so that we can use Microsoft Word's 'Find' function to locate the sentence. The following is an example: 

    To revise "walk" to "ran" in the following sentence, please indicate:
    Incorrect: Jack and Jill walk up a hill.
    Correct: Jack and Jill ran up a hill.
    Note: change 'walk' to 'ran'


    If a spelling mistake needs to be corrected in all instances of the word throughout the book, we will find and replace all. Please leave a comment to that effect (e.g. “replace all instances of <old word> with <new word>”). There is no need to include every instance of it.

    Please do not reference page numbers, paragraphs or locations. Send the corrections required as per the above.

    If there are more than 30 revisions, this will require a reformat of your book. If we sent you a Word doc, please edit this file yourself and resubmit this revised file through our quote form here: Request a Quote for Formatting
  3. Ebook Launch will send you a quote to make these revisions within two business days. Prices will depend on the changes needed, the minimum fee is $10.
  4. If the revisions are formatting related (eg. a mistake on our part). Please email us directly and we'll be happy to address the issue.
NOTE: The revisions will be made to latest version of your project (all files). This is to avoid confusion/versioning discrepancies. If you would like changes made to only one file type, please let us know.

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