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Publishing a CDF ebook: An Author's Perspective

Eric Schulz shares tips from his experience creating an award-winning Computable Document Format (CDF) ebook. In this video from the Wolfram CDF Virtual Workshop 2012, he offers an author's perspective on file compilation, interactivity, and navigation.

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