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Choose from the best e-Book templates for educating users and winning new clients. Use themes and slides that take your presentation from boring to captivating.

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How to create an E-book from a template?

Creating an e-Book from a template is easy, all you need to do is add your e-book content in the proper slide or page format and organize it consistently with the story structure. The hard part in creating an e-Book is actually writing the content of your e-Book. Our e-Book templates are built to make your content into a delightful and engaging reading experience, but nothing can replace the magic of a good story.


What makes these e-Book templates the best?

The e-Book templates on this page are made to bring your story and information to life. They are web-based, scroll-based, and mobile-friendly. These e-Book templates can transform your e-Book from a static, boring, hard-to-read document to an interactive, memorable, and engaging narrative. In these templates, you have the freedom to embed videos, live graphs, dynamic numbers, timelines, step-by-step narration, and more.


How do I turn a PDF into an e-Book?

The easiest way to turn a PDF into an e-book is to use a PDF-to-eBook converter. This type of tool (which you can find inside the Storydoc editor) takes any PDF file you upload and turns it into an online scrollable e-Book anyone can read on any device.

How many pages should an eBook template include?

An e-Book normally has around 60-80 pages which constitute between 20,000-25,000 words with about 300 words per page given the use of images. An e-book template normally has only 5-10 page templates or slide types which can be used repeatedly to create certain content throughout the e-Book.


What is the difference between e-Book and PDF?

The main difference between e-Book and PDF is the reading experience. An -e-Book is, simply put, a book that’s meant to be consumed digitally, using your computer or mobile device, while a PDF is meant for print on paper and a physical reading experience. An e-Book is normally an HTML webpage you can read online, while a PDF is a type of file you have to download in order to open.

In truth, an e-Book template can be made in PDF format, but that will ruin the reading experience since a PDF is hard to navigate and scroll, and is completely mobile-unfriendly.

How our templates work

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Choose one of our professional presentation templates or upload your assets to get a fully branded theme.

Fill in the blanks

Create a dazzling presentation in minutes, just follow the placeholders. Our tool will make sure the design stays perfect.

Customize at scale

Create unlimited customized versions of your deck. Just click, drag, and drop.

Pick a template

Choose one of our professional presentation templates or upload your assets to get a fully branded theme.

Fill in the blanks

Create a dazzling presentation in minutes, just follow the placeholders. Our tool will make sure the design stays perfect.

Customize at scale

Create unlimited customized versions of your deck. Just click, drag, and drop.

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