How to write an interactive PDF book in Google Docs

In today’s web, we rely on multiple tools to get the job done: Google Doc, Google Doc Plus, Safari, AppleScript, Adobe’s Corel, and a few others.

But the combination of these tools can be overwhelming and a little daunting for those who have never written interactive PDFs before.

To help with this, I’m going to share with you how to use some of these advanced tools to create interactive PDF books from scratch.

In this post, I’ll be sharing some basic tools and methods to create PDFs in Google Chrome, Google Pages, Apple Pages, and Safari.

Before we begin, I want to make it clear that these methods are meant to be used on your own, with your own personal workflow.

If you have questions or suggestions, please leave them in the comments section below.

We’ll be working through each of these methods in order.

If we’re going to make an interactive book, it’s going to need a few things.

We need to make a PDF book.

We want to keep the content short and to the point.

And we want to be able to edit the book quickly.

So, let’s get started.