I bought Datsun Go car this month after analyzing a lot on hatchbacks of its range and found this car completely different from other hatchback cars. 

The differences like its front look which very dashing and very beautiful you will not found this kind of front look in any hatchback car in India and then its back look also which is also very beautiful and no other car of its range can compare like Eon and Alto etc. and the most important thing is its engine power which is 1198cc and this is incredible because you will not found this engine power in any other hatchback car in petrol versions. So the car is having very good power. Space yes this car is very spacious in sitting area and in boot area. And now I will come to the main point which the car mileage and as the Datsun claim for 21 kmpl but presently I am getting 13.3 in my first month and I hope that it will definitely increase after some time and after first service.

Overall I am very much satisfied with this car and happy to have it.

In this blog you will learn to how to create an ebook from MS Word document file step by step and after that you will learn to publish or sell you newly created ebook on Amazon Kindle and on Google Play and make money from it.

Below is the steps described to create an ebook by creating an MS Word document file:

1. Start Microsoft Word and the blank document will open, then first save it by providing any name related to your eBook eg. "My Cooking Recipes".

2. Every eBook should have a good front cover page so insert a cover page in it by clicking on Insert tab and then click on cover page as shown below:

3. Then select any cover you like and it will insert into your document as show below:

4. Then modify the Titles and Author name etc. as per your requirement.

5. Now your cover page is inserted and now you should insert an index or content page in because every book should have the content or index page and for this go to next page and click on References tab and then click on Table of Contents as shown below:

6. After click on the selected Table it will insert it in to your page as following:

7. Presently it will not show any Content's Heading because you have no content, so create content by creating proper headings and choose heading formats from the Home tab then choose heading1 as shown below:

8. Create headings and content and you can update Content Index at any time by clicking on the link on Content Table as shown below:

9. Now you can create unlimited topics by creating proper heading formats and content.

10. After completing your document Save As in PDF format by clicking on File tab and then click on Save As after that the following dialog will come then select the Save As Type PDF file then save it.

Now your eBook is ready and you can publish now for free or by specifying a price for this.

Below are the steps to publish / sell your eBook on Amazon Kindle:

1. Go to https://kdp.amazon.com/ and sign in with your Amazon id and password if your do not have one then create it its very simple and free, after that you will be redirected to your Kindle book publish page as shown below:

2. You can start by clicking on Add new title button in above image and give your eBook details you created recently.

Publish your eBook on Google Play

1. Go to https://play.google.com/books/publish and login with your Gmail account if you do not have one then create it, it will then redirect to the following page as shown below:

2. You can start adding your eBook by clicking on Add Book button as shown in above image.

For both on Amazon and on Google Play you need to upload also the cover page image of your eBook so create the cover page JPEG file by capturing your eBook cover page.

Now after publishing on both your eBook will be live in 12 to 24 hours. Enjoy...

Suppose you want to give an option to user to select only 5 check boxes from given any number of check boxes in an Oracle Form and if user selects more than 5 than give a message that you can not select more than 5.

For this follow these steps:

Create 10 check boxes in block with name like checkbox1, checkbox2, checkbox3 and so on.

Then write the When-Checkbox-Changed trigger at block level and put the following code in it:

nlabel number := 1;
total_checked number := 0;
while nlabel <= 10 loop
  if checkbox_checked('block3.CHECKBOX'||nlabel) then
  total_checked := total_checked + 1;
  if total_checked > 5 then
   message('more than 5 selected.');
   copy('N', :System.Cursor_Item);
  end if;
  end if;
  nlabel := nlabel + 1;
end loop;
raise form_trigger_failure;

The best book for Oracle Forms developer, step by step tutorial and recipes explained to develop advanced and basic tasks in Oracle forms applications. 

Recipes covering topics like Alerts, Timers, Lovs, Error handling, Animation in Forms, Iconic Push Button with Mouse hover effect, Writing and Reading text files and many more, preview is available on both Amazon and Google Play.

This ebook contains even links to download sample Oracle Forms examples for reference.

This ebook is available on Google Play and you can download it with the following link: 

Oracle Forms Recipes - Google Play

Download it from Payhip with the following link: Oracle Forms Recipes - Payhip

[content title="Summary" label="Overall Score"]More than 50 recipes on Oracle Forms topic like Dynamic Lovs, Alerts, Triggers, Timers, Reports etc.
Displaying some recipes titles below from the book:
Checking For User Permissions Before Updating or Inserting The Records in Oracle Forms.
An Example of Pre-Query and Post-Query Triggers in Oracle Forms With Using Display_Item to Highlight Dynamically.
Displaying Modal Window Messages in Oracle Forms Using Alerts.
Many more...[/content]

[item value="9"]Oracle Form's Recipes[/item]

Oracle Forms Recipes
Brief Synopsis:
Oracle Forms Tips & Tricks
Long Synopsis:
Recipes covering topics like Alerts, Timers, Lovs, Error handling, Animation in Forms, Iconic Push Button with Mouse hover effect, Writing and Reading text files and many more
Book Quality:
Publisher Quality
Book Size:
93 Pages
Date of Addition:
Copyright Date:
Adult content:
English US
Essential Images:
Described Images:
Computer Programming
Grade Levels:
Sixth grade, Seventh grade, Eighth grade
Submitted By:
Maria Jose

V. Kapoor

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