Some publishers have chosen to disable one or more of the following PDF options. If you do not see one of the below options in your PDF window, then your publisher has disabled them.
Start Page/End Page - Set a range of pages to print. This can be a small selection or the entire yearbook. If you want to print just a single page, use the same number in the Start and End boxes.
Use Clipart Masks - This option is for publishers only, and relates to the format that the clip art will be embedded into the final PDF file.
PDF Text in CMYK Colorspace - Publisher-only option to create a PDF using the CMYK color space instead of RGB.
Optimize Candid Images - Checking this option will greatly reduce the size of the final PDF, as all inserted images will be optimized to their specified print size. The quality of the images will not diminish, just the physical size of the files, which will make your final PDF much smaller.
User Defined PDF filename - Check this to choose your own filename and save location for the PDF. Note that the PDF will not actually be created directly in the folder you select, but in a subfolder named after the current date and time. If this option is unchecked, Yearbooks! will choose a default filename and save location for you.
One PDF file per Page - Prints each page to a separate PDF file, also referred to as Single Page Printing. If you would prefer one PDF document per page, then use this option.
Print Cover - Create a PDF of the cover as well as the selected pages. The cover will be in its own PDF document.
Open PDF Folder - Opens up the PDF folder and a web browser displaying the PDF for you once the PDF has been created. This makes it much easier to view and print the PDF, and to copy the file elsewhere.
Embed Fonts - This will embed the set of fonts used into the PDF. This is helpful when printing or accessing the PDF from a different computer where all of the proper fonts might not be installed.
Convert TIF to JPG - Convert every TIF image to a JPG during the PDF process. This is handy for clearing up errors associated with poorly formatted TIF images.
OK - Begin generating the PDF.
Cancel - Cancel creating the PDF.