When youre satisfied with the number of photos and the order theyre in cli Next Step

In step 3 of the wizard, you see a preview of your project. If your project has space for text, you can add it as shown in Figure 17-14 . You can change the font, size, and justification (alignment) for multiple lines of text, but the starting options are usually pi effective, too. Use the pull-down menu above the image to navigate to the different pa> of your project, if it has more than one page, or use the arrows to step backward and forward through the pages. When you've got your text entered, click Next Step.

Figure 17-14. With any of the print projects, you can add text double-clicking wherever you see a dotted-line box like this oi You can resize the text box by dragging the handles, or you c drag your text to move it. If you discover you made a typo, th just double-click the text again to edit it, and enter you new te in the pop-up window. (If you don't enter any text, the placeholder text that says, "Double-Click to Add Text" doesn print. You just won't get any text.)

Figure 17-14. With any of the print projects, you can add text double-clicking wherever you see a dotted-line box like this oi You can resize the text box by dragging the handles, or you c drag your text to move it. If you discover you made a typo, th just double-click the text again to edit it, and enter you new te in the pop-up window. (If you don't enter any text, the placeholder text that says, "Double-Click to Add Text" doesn print. You just won't get any text.)

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6. In "Step 4: Save," name your project and save it .

If you chose to enter a title, you have the option of using that title as the saved file's n Just turn on the checkbox. You can also choose to have the photos you've used appear the Photo Browser when you finish, so you can easily create another project with the si photos. Click Save when you're done.

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