Going a little nuts here, and it'll get worse as we approach midnight tomorrow, Sunday the 31st. I'm trying to submit my paperback book file to IngramSpark by then, because that's when the NaNoWriMo free title setup offer expires. I really wasn't planning on being last minute about this, but I've found out that the requirements aren't as simple as they first appear. For instance, IS tells me the interior file has to be in PDF. Oh, that's fine, think I. My WordPerfect X6 program has a handy-dandy PDF converter. But I get deeper into the IS instructions, and they tell me it can't be any old PDF format, it has to be either PDF/X-1a:2001 or PDF/X-3:2002. Something having to do with readability by whatever physical printers they go with and/or making sure all the fonts are embedded. My WPX6 converter doesn't have either PDF/X as an option (neither does MS Word, I read). WP does have a "Commercial Printer" setting, and I experimented with that. Got excited when I saw my fonts were embedded, even the ones I designed myself on Calligraphr . . . till I scrolled down and saw that my body text font was not. Aaaaaggghhhh!!!! It's a really cool font called Rosarivo, I've designed my formatting around it, and yes, it's licensed for commercial use. So I'm thinking maybe, just maybe, it will embed with PDF/X-1a:2001 or PDF/X-3:2002, but I can't find how or where to get my file into either of those formats! A converter is key, right? I've found a few on Google, but are they safe? If you've submitted a file to IngramSpark, how did you get it into the PDF/X format? Is there a convert-to-PDF app you've used and recommend? I'll be checking in to hear. Probably will be up all night anyway.