The guide itself has a lot more details on generating the Table of Contents and a few other things. However, I was disappointed with the guide's discussion on page breaks. It still advises you to use two carriage returns followed by the page break feature (Ctrl-Enter) in word. I tried this method and had very little success.
Here's an easy way to get page breaks on your manuscript that will pass the Smashwords Meatgrinder every time:
- Change all your headings where you want the page breaks to Heading2 Style
- Click on the little arrow below Change Styles to pull up the Styles Menu
- Click on the down arrow next to Heading2
- Click Modify
- Click Format->Paragraph->Line and Page Breaks
- Under Pagination, Click Page Break Before
This method seems to work for me, and I left a comment on the Smashwords blog. It may seem trivial, but when you're trying to make money selling professional looking eBooks, you'd be a real jackass to not get worked up over little details.