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Why TOC list generic file name?

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Oct 11, 2020

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When viewing my children's book epub file, the TOC (that appears in the epub reader - in this case I am using the Apple "Books" app), lists the generic file name for each chapter ("indesigndocument").

 

The epub contains only images, no text. The illustrations were imported from AI to InDesign.

 

What can be done so that I can name each chapter? 

 

Thank you!

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Why TOC list generic file name?

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When viewing my children's book epub file, the TOC (that appears in the epub reader - in this case I am using the Apple "Books" app), lists the generic file name for each chapter ("indesigndocument").

 

The epub contains only images, no text. The illustrations were imported from AI to InDesign.

 

What can be done so that I can name each chapter? 

 

Thank you!

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Hi

What do you have for these two settings when you export to flowable ePub? In your TOC dialog, have you saved a style and are using it here?

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~ Jane

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