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The Wonders of Book Production on Lulu
Version 0.3 (15
th
November 2013)
Table of Contents
Introduction.......................................................................................... 2
Ready, Steady, Go...............................................................................2
Logging In as OWASP Foundation.............................................................5
Adding a New Book.................................................................................6
Get These Ready.................................................................................6
Adding the Contents............................................................................7
Creating the Cover.............................................................................13
Available as a PDF here:
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:Lulu-guide.pdf
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Introduction
Ready, Steady, Go
Create your book contents first. The contents must not include the outside covers (on the 
insides of those covers) which will be added later.
It is usually best to start with an existing Lulu template:
http://www.lulu.com/publish/books/#bookSpecs
The most common dimensions used for OWASP books are:
Crown Quarto (7.44 x 9.68 in)
E.g. Testing Guide, Code Review Guide, AppSensor Guide
US Letter (8.5 x 11 in)
E.g. Open SAMM, Codes of Conduct, CISO Guide
The number of pages will also affect which binding can be used. The most usual for smaller 
books is “saddle stitch” which requires the number of content pages to be a factor of 4. For 
lengthier books, “perfect bound” (with a spine) will be best:
http://connect.lulu.com/t5/Product-Pricing-Information/Binding-options-and-their-page-
counts/ta-p/33673
This doesn't matter too much when starting to write, but the number of pages affects which 
options are available and you may have to reformat your book if the page count doesn't fit the 
options. Here's a quick guide (correct at 15 Nov 2013) of the sizes recommended for OWASP 
books:
Number of pages
Binding
Size
Inside printing
Cover
1 – 48
(factor of 4)
Saddle stitch
US letter
8.5 x 11 in
Colour (but can just be B&W)
Colour
Square
8.5 x 8.5 in
68 - 500
Perfect bound
Crown Quarto o 7.44 x 9.68 in
Colour or B&W
32 - 500
US letter
8.5 x 11 in
Square
8.5 x 8.5 in
Colour (but can just be B&W)
Use one of the above sizes if possible. Crown Quarto is probably best for books 70-400 pages 
long. If you don't want to start from an empty template, here are some real document files 
which could be used as starting point instead:
AppSensor Guide (Crown Quarto)
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:Owasp-appensor-guide-v2.doc
CISO Guide (US Letter)
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:Owasp-ciso-guide.docx
Codes of Conduct (US Letter)
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https://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:OWASP_Codes-of-Conduct_Aggregated-
Booklet.docx
Note that Lulu will only let you upload certain formats:
DOC (Word Document)
DOCX (Word 2007 Document)
PDF (Portable Document Format)
RTF (Rich Text Format)
TXT (Text Document)
Images (jpg, gif, png)
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Check!
Make sure the content is perfect. Checklist before going to print:
1. Title
2. Credits
3. Acknowledgments
4. Attribution
5. Licensing
6. Content
7. Pagination
8. Spelling and grammar
9. Headers and footers
10.Numbering of contents listing, pages, sections, figures, tables
11.All embedded fields are updated
12.Document properties
13.No illegal content
Try printing the Word document to PDF yourself first and make sure it all looks okay, especially 
page numbering and that nothing is missing.
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Logging In as OWASP Foundation
Log into Lulu with the OWASP credentials at the top right of the 
page:https://www.lulu.com/account/sign-in
Once logged in you should see this list of “products”:
If instead you see a view of the OWASP store front, or get lost somewhere else, just click on 
the name “OWASP” next to “Welcome back” to return to the above listing.
Don's click on “revise”, “retire” or “delete” on any book you are not managing.
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Adding a New Book
Get These Ready
You will need:
Content file (see pages 2-3)
Title for the book
Author – always “OWASP Foundation”
Logo file (see page 16)
Front cover photo (see page 16)
Text for back cover (see page 20)
Keywords and description (see page 23)
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Adding the Contents
Click on the “Paperback Book” hyperlink immediately under “Start a project”:
On the next form, copy the title of the book from your document, and make the author 
“OWASP” and “Foundation”. Note the capitalisation. If this shows “Dinis Cruz” or “Paulo 
Coimba”, make sure you change them. Do not put the project leader's name.
Select the last radio button for “make it public and assign an ISBN”, so that this will appear on 
the cover (later).
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Click “Save & Continue >>”
Now click on the type of binding (which will turn yellow), the size, color (if available) and paper 
(usually “Standard”). Options greyed out are not available with the other items already 
selected.
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Then type in  the actual number of pages in the box at the top to calculate the estimated cost 
per copy. Note the grey text to the right of this shows how many pages are permissible for the 
binding/size combination selected. If necessary re-scale and re-layout your book.
Click “Save & Continue >>”
On the next page, allow Lulu to assign the ISBN number:
Click “Save & Continue >>”
On the next screen, download and save a copy of the barcode.
Click “Save & Continue >>”
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On the next screen click on “Choose File...” button to select the content document:
Then click on “Upload”. Wait for the upload (this may take a while). Once completed, it will be 
listed and the “Make Print-Ready File >>” button will be enabled. You can delete the file and 
upload it again if necessary.
Click “Make Print-Ready File >>”
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