When you are editing your yearbook, you will notice a vertical toolbar located to the left of your page. Click the tab that says "Elements" to access the elements panel
The elements panel will allow you to add various elements/objects to your page. You can add text, empty photo wells, lines, art, and shapes.
To add a caption box, look for the "Text" icon and drag and drop to the desired location on your page. Click inside the caption box to add or edit text.
To add an empty photo well (useful when designing your own layouts before applying images), look for the "Empty Photo" icon and drag and drop to the desired location on your page.
To add a line, look for the "Line" icon and drag and drop to the desired location on your page.
To add clip art, look for the "Art" icon to access a library of art. Click and drag the desired clip art onto your page
To add shapes, look for the "Shapes" icon to access a library of shapes. Click and drag the desired shape onto your page
Alignment and Grouping
If you have multiple elements on a page that you would like to align or group them together, you can use our alignment and grouping features. Alignment To align elements on a page, select multiple elements on your page by holding down the shift ...
Art is embellishments you can add to decorate a page. To access the library of art, click on the "Elements" tab. Then click Art. To add art to your page, simply drag and drop. Just like backgrounds, you can either search for art by keyword or ...
How to Apply a Portrait Layout 1. Open the portrait section you want to design. 2. Click on the page you want to apply the layout to 3. From the left sidebar, find and click the “Layouts” tab. 4. Use the drop down menu at the top of the “Layouts” ...
If you are having a hard time creating a theme of your own, you can now use one of our pre-designed themes. To use a theme, click the "Themes" tab in the left toolbar. Note: Can't find a theme you like? Keep checking back regularly as new themes ...
Designing your Yearbook Cover
1. Be aware of the wrap zone and crop zone . If you will be designing your own cover and importing it into our software, make sure you stretch the image so it extends beyond the dotted line (examples shown below). If any important content is lost in ...