If you want the styling of photos to be the same throughout your yearbook, you can set a default photo style. This setting allows you to set the default styling when adding new photos to a page. It will not affect any photos/photo boxes already on the pages.
1. Log in and select Edit Yearbook.
2. Select Styles in the toolbar.
3. Select Edit for Photo Styles.
4. You'll see the Default Photo Style options. Turn on the options you want to use for photos. You can also adjust the visibility of the photos. Select Save when you are done setting the style for your photos.
Note - The sample photo of the sprout will reflect your choices so you can see what they will look like.
Shape - Photo shape options are Edge Effects, Grades, Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Symbols, and Mascots. Use the dropdown to select the default shape for the photos.
Border - Adjust the Color, Thickness, Visibility, and Corner of the border around the photos.
Shadow - Adjust the Color, Depth, Visibility, and Angle of the shadow around the photos.
Glow - Adjust the Color and Depth of the glow around the photos.
Caption - Set a default font for all photos with captions. Adjust the Size, Alignment, and Color of the font.
You can also Create New Styles to apply to particular photos.
1. Select Create New Style.
2. Enter the name of your new style preset. Select Create.
3. The new style preset is now available in the dropdown of style options. You can Rename or Delete presets. Select Save when your photo style preset selections are done.
4. To use the style preset, add a photo to a page and click on it (use Shift to select more than one photo). Image Options will open. Select the Presets dropdown to see the options.
5. Select the preset you want to use and the photo will change to the defaults you set in the preset. You can also create a new preset while on a page by selecting Create New Preset from Selection.
6. Photos already added to a page can also be added as a preset. Click on the photo and Photo Options will open. Select Create New Preset from Selection.
7. Add the preset name and select Create.