After you’ve viewed the template, close the window by
clicking in the small box in the upper left corner.
If a warning message like this appears, it’s because
you made a change to the template (clicked an item and
moved it slightly, etc.)
No problem as
long as you click
So I’ve viewed the canvases and templates and maybe there are several
that I’d like to use except for one problem; I want a custom border on
each of my photos. How do I accomplish that? I need to plan this out.
If I’m offering different packages with various canvases e.g. 1-8x10, 2-
5x7’s, 1-5x7 & 4-wallets and 8-wallets , it would be easiest to attach my
custom border onto each size photo I need and then build a template
with those items.
This is where a Node comes into play.Anode is a representation of
your image area (like a picture box)or graphic and/or text area. You’re
designating a specific sized area to be taken up by a single or
combination of photos, logos or text. In other words, a node is a
building block of a template.
This is a template that is made up of
a 5x7 node, used twice on a 10 x 8
blank canvas. It uses a pre-existing
5x7 node with just an image object
sized to the full 5x7 inches; repre-
sented by the man. No graphics or
text were added to the node. Since I
want to add a custom border to a
5x7, I should make a node with a
custom border attached to it. This
way, when I make a template where
I arrange my nodes the way I like,
my node will come into the template 2 times WITH its border in place.