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  • Barbara Araya

    what will the standard yearbook consist of?

  • Aaron Greco

    Hi Barbara,
    The yearbook is made by the school so each one can be different, but they usually consist of portraits of all the students and then event pages with highlights from most everything that happened throughout the school year.

  • Katrina Wyckoff

    What happens if it is set to "Yes" on the "Print Ready" box but they don't have any personalized pages completed? Do they still get the alternate pages or do the personalized pages come out blank?

  • Jennifer Jarvis

    I was not able to "customize?" Add pictures, but when I went to "review" did not see any "customizing." Personal pages came out blank as well. Help!

  • Aaron Greco

    Katrina,
    If they sent to "Print Read = Yes" they will get blank pages or whatever design is on the page. Print ready means they want them printed.

  • Aaron Greco

    Jennifer,
    I've created a ticket for you to get personalized help. We need to get more specific information to understand what is going on. Thanks for your patience!

  • Janice Narducci

    If student doesn't want to personalize pages can you have students name on front cover?

  • Debbie

    Hi Janice - Currently we do not have the option to add the student's name to the cover of a book.

  • Otto Steinbusch

    I don't want the personalized pages at all, not even a blank page. How do I do that?

    EDIT: I think by leaving the "print ready" switch to NO.

  • Debbie

    Hi Otto - You do not need to do anything. When custom pages are not created the pages will not be blank in the printed book.