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Questions about publishing a childrens book on PubIt

So my friend and I were thinking about publishing a childrens book on PubIt. Can you upload pictures with the book in word processing format? I am kinda stumped on this. I have a novel uploaded but its all text. With childrens books I know its better to have pictures. Just need some help on this matter 

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Re: Questions about publishing a childrens book on PubIt

I used Word 2003. I saved as .doc.
I put all of the text into the document. I use page break, you may need to use section break. Insert the image. Do page break again. Keep doing that.
I used JPEG file format for the images.
The images fir to the Word document page.
Go to Pubit if you have more questions.