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Viewing pages and moving between pages

The Editor displays adjacent pages in your yearbook. Your book is displays as matching left-and-right side pages, as it if was opened in front of you. 

Editing a page

You may edit either the left or right side page, but not both at the same time.  Click on Edit to make the adjacent page active to edit.

Moving between pages

Move to the next set of pages in the Editor by clicking on the < > icons next to your current page.

To see a scrollable view of your entire book, click on the Pages tab in the bottom left corner of the screen. A window will open below your active pages.

Use the scroll bar under the page thumbnails to move through your book.  Click on a page thumbnail to bring it into active editing mode. If you have permission to edit the page, it will become highlighted and available for changes.

If a page is greyed out, unavailable for editing, it indicates that either you were not given permission to edit it by the Editor-in-Chief, someone else is currently editing the page, or that the page has been sent for proofing or review.

If you need to manage page order or add/remove pages, click on the Close button in the top right corner of the page to return to the book manager.


Guidelines appear around the edge of your page - these have been set by your printing company and are not editable. 

  • The shaded red area around your page is the bleed zone - this area will be trimmed off after printing to ensure edge-to-edge backgrounds in your printed book. 
  • The green lines are safe guidelines - keep "meaningful" content such as text or photos of people's faces clear of these lines to ensure they are full visible on your final printed page.

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