How to make a Book with Photos and textCreating a book with photos and text
Text formatting in a book with photos on your Mac
If you want to insert text into a photobook, you can select different fonts to modify the type. It is also possible to copy and past a text type into another text in your book. Under Projects in the side bar, click on a book. Select the page where you want to insert or reformat text.
When the page does not yet contain text, click the Options icon on the tool bar, and then click a page that contains text. Entering or editing text. Use the Text Options pane of the Text Editor to apply the text size. Go to the menu by selecting the menu item[ ] > Font and then the desired text reformatting command.
Copying text formats and then applying them to similar texts in another part of the book. If you like the appearance of the text in a cover field, for example, you can copy its format to all other cover texts in the book. Under Projects in the side bar, click on a book.
To do this, double-click a page and then double-click the text with the format you want to copy. Go to Edit > Font > Copy Style. Highlight the text you want to modify, and then click Edit > Font > Paste Style. Text Format is used for the text box you have chosen. When the book topic you are using contains page numbers, you can decide whether or not to use them.
Under Projects in the side bar, click on a book. Press the Book Settings buttons on the tool bar and check or uncheck the "Show page numbers" check box. When you see a flashing reddish arrow in a book while working on it, there is text that does not match the available spaces, either because the text is too large or because the text uses too many signs.
Decrease the amount of text required by modifying the text's fonts, appearance or area. Modify the text so that it uses fewer words.