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1. Should you use KDP automation software?
2. How do I know if I have distribution rights in all available territories?
3. Can you publish paperbacks in the Australian Amazon store?
4. Does KDP add the words “copyrighted material” to your book listing, or do I have to do that myself?
5. Canva only allows creation of PDFs up to 100 pages. How do I merge 2 PDFs together to create a longer book?
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