I spent a day with the trial version of In Design in hopes of creating a decent eBook and thus far I'm finding it a none working peice of software in windows 7. It is not doing what it should do. Being connected to the cloud while using it has not provided any benefit. The help videos are not helpful to specific workflow problems. Subscribing to a Cloud to get it to work is not a feasible method of working it out. Is there a manual for the product? I'm finding it quite "undone". How long did it take me to find out I had to check preveiw in a certain window to even see my project? Text overflow and linking to another page is not working. I have to highlight, open the story editor, and see what the overflow is and copy, delete, paste to another page. Your tutorial on eBooks did not work in Windows. Please tell me your wonderful and Paint Shop Pro based program will work in a senseable manner?
I would recommend looking on the web for resources on learning InDesign. Adobe has some very good videos, Lynda.com has great tutorials. You are missing fundamental knowledge is all.
ID is a professional level application. It isn't one that you can just step into clicking buttons, etc.
Take care, Mike
From within InDesign, if you press F1 or click InDesign Help on the Help menu, you will see the InDesign Help TOC page. Here is the Help hub page URL: http://helpx.adobe.com/indesign.html
You can easily export your InDesign content to EPUB. Here are the resources on how to do it: http://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/topics/exporting-publishing.html