A quick google search revealed there are a number of programmes that can do that, including those which one needs to spend time working on--as one would do with, say, HTML editors, just so one gets a feel of what's happening.
Fortuitously, I would chance upon Google Currents elsewhere over the weekend, and decide to try my luck again at work to see whether I could push some of the content of out just-ended conference on the Africa Mining Vision, which was held at Mensvic Grand Hotel from 26-29th June. If you missed the conference, it's not difficult to catch up at all;
- website: http://www.twnafrica.org
- Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cu71mo8pea3eu1ghe6tdvjsfi4s/100486382858452552990
- Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/twnafrica
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/twnafrica
- ...and finally on Google Currents: https://www.google.com/producer/editions/CAowh6TpAQ/cso_conference_on_africa_mining_vision
The latter is evidently work-in-progress. Undoubtedly, with practise, the diligence to the detail will be second nature, and I intend developing that second nature soon! I look forward to the day I can create an edition for the Android/Tablet formats in under an hour!
A simple note to self and to you is this. Before embarking on any kind of document importing from Google Drive, ensure you have done the following:
1. Back up your material for publication to Google Drive, making sure you have saved most of the work in Google Documents format. If not, export it to Google Docs/Drive format.
2. Take note that it Google Currents does NOT seem to like PPT or PDF extensions, so ensure you upload .DOCX/DOC files (Microsoft Word), which you can in turn convert
3. Plan your edition layout on paper beforehand
4. upload documents into the ARTICLES section
5. Master your sections