Google is great and getting better and better.
Did you know you can change the size of a slide in Google Slides to build an eBook?
STEP ONE: Go to file, and select ‘Page Setup’
STEP TWO: select ‘custom’ and resize your slide
STEP THREE: edit your book, set up a template and share: you can now collaboratively co-author an eBook
While there isn’t an automatic table of contents generator you can build this in yourself.
You can link your table of contents to the slide/page by going to Insert>Link and then simply select the slide number.
If you would like to print a hard copy, remember that you can always save your Google Presentation as a PDF, this option is under FILE.
But wait, there’s more…
You don’t have to start from scratch. SlidesCarnival has an amazing assortment of templates, just like this one.
Make a copy of any template, and follow the directions above to resize and off you go.
I need great images, but I find attribution a bit tricky…
Use Pexels--wonderful free to download images, no attribution necessary–and you can modify or edit images as needed (read more on that here).
Here’s a sample image from their collection: