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One of the advantages of working with the Book module in Lightroom is that it gives you a lot of flexibility, provides you with a lot of options when it comes to page layout. There are so many different page layouts which are interesting, yet what I found is that after I've use the Book module quite a bit, I tend to gravitate towards certain layouts. These are my favorites. Now there is an easier way to mark, find and remember your favorite layouts. Let me show you what I mean. Here, we can click on a page and we can change a layout by clicking on this icon here or you can navigate to the Page panel and click on the same icon, which you'll find there.
In this case, you can see that we have different layouts. As I hover over them, this little circle icon appears. If you click on that, you can then mark or remember that as a favorite. You can go to other locations as well; let's say we go to 4 Photos and we really like this one. Here I'll click on that, those will then be recalled and remembered if we click on Favorites. This will show me these two files. I can also find those as I'm scrolling through the many options because I'll notice them with this little icon. If ever you want to remove one of these from your favorites, just click on the icon again and it will be removed.
You can also go to the Favorites tab and click there and it will be removed that way as well. So in this way, it can really help out as you're going through your book projects and as you find layouts that you really like, all that you need to do now is to simply click on the icon in order to mark that layout as a favorite.
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