Remove the Blurb logo page in BookWright

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What's the Blurb logo page?

If you're creating a Photo Book in Blurb's BookWright software you have the option to remove, or leave in, the Blurb logo page that will appear at the end of your book. The logo page is a solid-color page with the Blurb logo. Removing the logo page increases the price of the book. 

Which formats have the logo page?

Only Photo Book formats have the option to remove or leave in the logo page. Magazines and Trade Books (including journals and notebooks) made in BookWright automatically have the logo page removed. The logo page can't be added to those formats.

How to remove or restore the Blurb logo page

You can remove or leave in the logo page when uploading your Photo Book as seen in the screenshot below. The logo page can be solid white or solid black (your choice) with a blue Blurb logo. Layflat Photo Books offer a solid white logo page only. 

You won't see the logo page when previewing your book since it's added during printing. You also can't add your own content/design to the logo page. However, the logo page doesn't apply towards your page count. For example, if you design your book with 40 pages and you leave in the logo page you'll pay for 40 pages, not 42.


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