I have the same problem. I need one photo from my first book to use in another book. I can't find the original photo on my cpu.
Using previously imported photos in new book
I made a photobook and imported lots of photos. I am now making a new book and would like to use some of the same pictres but cannot find those pictures. Do I need to re-import photos to make a new book?
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Please help the only copy of my photo is on this site. how do I get it back?
I have the same problem in September, 2014. And, the question was posted in December, 2013. Could a representative please answer this for us?
Has anyone received an answer on this.
Answer to problem: Select photo from page in Booksmart. Delete photo, placing it in photo queue. Click photo in queue twice to view larger size. Now, click on maximize (upper corner) to fill screen with photo. Screen-capture photo. (click shift-prtscrn keys). It's now on the clipboard. Paste into Photoshop or similar photo editing software. Use tools to change the size and dpi. For example 5 inches wide and 300 dpi or larger. It isn't perfect but you'll get the picture you desire to use in another book.
I also have this issue. Screen capture seems like a very slow, manual solution if you have a lot of photos.
That sounds like a no. I am using Blurb for the first time, so tried Bookify. Big mistake. I made a book in Bookify Standard Landscape, then decided I needed large landscape. Simple press of a button? Oh no. Seems I have to scrap the entire book and start again. Even worse, I cannot even make use of the old photolibrary for my new book, since that sounds so complex I might as well start again from scratch, uploading from the computer etc. One week down the drain. Blurb is a very inflexible system it seems to me.