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I'm using Amazon's free Export to Kindle plugin to convert a print book into a Kindle ebook. This works really well except that a few of my pages don't look so hot on the Kindle: some of them use large fonts for stylistic purposes (chapter number etc) which look a bit broken on an e-reader.

I've played around with Object States (multiple text frames with print/ebook paragraph styles) and the Kindle exporter seems to just ignore these objects when exporting. I also tried an alternate layout but the export to Kindle plugin doesn't allow me to choose which layout gets exported (I believe it defaults to both sequentially).

I'm not really sure how best to get this effect other than duplicating my entire document and manually changing the pages, which feels a little wrong. Is there a way I can do this?

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If you don't get an answer on this site, you might want to try ebooks.stackexchange.com –  Yisela Dec 27 '13 at 2:36
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