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Nov 24, 2021 Nov 24, 2021

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How do I remove the unwanted number 4 that is displayed at the end of a caption for a photo in the book module?

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Community Expert , Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

 


@Tania5C8F wrote on 24 November:

How do I remove the unwanted number 4 that is displayed at the end of a caption for a photo in the book module?


 

Hi Tania,

You didn't show your layers panel and I'm not sure of your skill level.

  • If the "4" is on a Type layer, double-click the T icon in the Layers panel to go into edit mode and delete it
  • If the "4" is part of an image, use the Eraser tool in the Tools panel with a small-ish brush

Apologies for the delay in seeing your post. If you need more

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@Tania5C8F wrote on 24 November:

How do I remove the unwanted number 4 that is displayed at the end of a caption for a photo in the book module?


 

Hi Tania,

You didn't show your layers panel and I'm not sure of your skill level.

  • If the "4" is on a Type layer, double-click the T icon in the Layers panel to go into edit mode and delete it
  • If the "4" is part of an image, use the Eraser tool in the Tools panel with a small-ish brush

Apologies for the delay in seeing your post. If you need more details, please post a screen shot of your Layers panel and ask again.

 

Jane

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Dec 02, 2021 Dec 02, 2021

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Hi Jane,

 

Thank you for your reply.

I am new to Lightroom - first book that I have made up.  I have resolved it - I think it was on the Type layer and it has been deleted.

 

Tania

 

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