Mistake doing a book for Blurb.

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Hello, 

I was creating a book of 150 pages with 450 photographies. Just to be sure, I made a record of 55 pages done and I see that look finished, no acces to the others pictures. How could I come back on the 450 pictures and continue on this book?

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Didier Olivré

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It is important that for every Book you start, you must create a 'SAVED BOOK COLLECTION' from the tab above the window-

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A Saved Book Collection stores all the Photos in the Book AND it records all the design and editing you do to the Book.

You must ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS, Re-open a book you have started from the 'Saved Book Collection'. You can [Double-Click] the Collection Name, or [Click] on the white arrow that appears when you hover the cursor.

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You can ADD new or extra photos to your Book by selecting them in the Library module (from Folders or Standard Collections) and Dragging/Adding them to the 'Saved Book Collection'. Then re-enter the book FROM THE BOOK COLLECTION. They will appear on the far end of the Book Filmstrip.

 

If you do not see all the photos you expect to see on the Book module Filmstrip- check that there are no Filters active.

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If you do not see a full list of Filter Presets (eg. Filters Off) click on [Restore Default Presets] to see the list-

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Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1.1, Photoshop 22.2, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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