Editable & printable 6 x 9 book cover template for Word

Have you ever seen a book cover design in Word? You may have but here, we’re also sharing even more simple and beautiful book cover template for Word. Our free book cover design looks like an InDesign or Photoshop replica, download and see it yourself, you would love it, definitely!

As the title of this post says, our cover template is designed in Microsoft Word for books having 6 x 9 paper-size. To be honest, Microsoft Word is NOT a designing tool, BTW.

This printable book cover is fully compatible with CreateSpace or KDP publishing. If you have finished writing a book and looking for a minimal yet beautiful cover design then this 6 x 9 book cover template is created for you. Everything in this book cover design is editable, even if you’re a beginner in Ms Word, you can still completely re-brand this cover design easily.

Choosing best fonts for book cover

This editable book cover template uses three fonts available free by Google: Cinzel, Domine & Roboto. These three fonts look good for designing book covers. They are also embedded in the Word doc. However, you can change these fonts to your choice any time as our book cover template is fully customizable in Microsoft Word.

Every element, formatting and placeholders are aligned at perfect places in this cover design and you can easily replace the dummy text or images with your own writing. If you love to make DIY book cover in Word then you should download and use this template.

Editable book cover design in Word
Editable book cover design in Word

Using this printable book cover template for Word

You don’t need to be an Ms Word expert to edit this template but at-least you know what you’re doing. This cover design is made particularly for 6 x 9 book sizes having white-colored paper. Before using this book cover, make sure your book consists of at-least 100 and up to 150 pages only, its really important. This template is created with the same things in mind.

If your book has more or less than the pages mentioned above then you will have to manually adjust the width including the spine of this book cover. Otherwise, you’re good to go with this template.

You can use this free template to design a KDP book cover template in Word. It can also be used for designing ebook covers. There are many free online cover makers available in the market but you would not find such a downloadable Word book cover template anywhere else.

Need help in editing this book cover? Let us know through the comments below.

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Template features

  • Beautiful book cover design in Word
  • File format: Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF
  • Size: 12.60 x 9.25 with bleed
  • Pages: At-least 100 and up to 150 only, spine width: 0.35″
  • Fonts used: Cinzel, Domine, Roboto (embedded in the Word doc)
  • Proper design & ebook compatible cover
  • Fully modifiable and editable
  • Its FREE 🙂

Also watch the short video below so you will learn about editing this book cover design completely in Microsoft Word.

How to edit a cover design in Word

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If you like it then please share your thoughts in the comments box.

19 thoughts on “Editable & printable 6 x 9 book cover template for Word”

  1. Dear Team,
    Your templates have really helped me to move forward on a stalled book project I began a while ago. I do appreciate your work.

    Thank you


  2. I am a novice to this bookcover projects. I have two books published but I needed help for the covers of both books. I wish to learn this so I do not have to depend on others to do something I should know how to do myself. I am a retired female and writing is what I love doing. I need instructions on “how to create a bookcover” on a disc that I may refer to it as I need instructing. Is this possible?

    • Hi, Unfortunately we don’t have any complete tutorial for designing a book cover from scratch! However, you can use this book cover following the instructions in the short video available on the page. If you want more predesigned book covers then you can find or even create them on Canva, hope it helps. Thank you.

  3. Awesome templates. I plan to use them but just one question on clarity of pdf. Is it better to use Print instead of Save As for better quality pdf?

    • Thanks, Niti! Microsoft Word’s “Save As” also produces print-ready & high-res PDF. However, if you need some advanced options for print production of PDF then virtually printing it through the “Print” dialog box would definitely be a best choice, thank you.

  4. It appears that your book cover template might work for me. Finished my memoir and want to do the cover. Making a cover is becoming overwhelming to me. But your tutorial looks like it can help me. My question is would your template work for Lulu Publishing?
    Thank you for your assistant.


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