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Chapter 3. Organizing Photos > Reasons to duplicate sources

Reasons to duplicate sources

  • If you're making picture books for two sets of grandparents or portfolio books for different clients, for instance, you might want to use the same (or a very similar set of) photos with different text. I recommend laying out one book, then duplicating it to eliminate the effort of arranging photos in the second one.

  • If you want make differently themed books with the same set of images, create one book, then duplicate it and change the theme of the duplicate.

  • If you've constructed a complex smart album and want to make another that's only slightly different, duplicating the first one and modifying the duplicate is easier than making a new one.

✓ Tip

  • Remember that duplicating a folder also duplicates all albums, slideshows, and books inside it.



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