Add individual pages to a book
When you create a book album, Aperture automatically sets up default pages laid out in the Book Layout Editor. You can select and change these pages to suit your book’s requirements, and you can add and remove pages as needed. You can insert new blank pages wherever you like. After adding pages, you can drag them in the Pages pane to new locations in the book.
The most basic way to build a book is to create new pages one by one, adding them to the book as you go.
Add a single page to a book
In the Book Layout Editor, select a page in the Pages pane.
The new page you are about to create will appear just after the selected page.
Choose Add New Page from the Add Pages pop-up menu (+).
The new page appears in the Pages pane just after the selected page.
With the page selected in the Pages pane, choose a master page from the Set Master Page pop-up menu.
The layout is applied to the new page.
Duplicate pages in a book
If you’ve made changes to a page and you want to use that page again in your book, you can duplicate it. Or, you might duplicate a page and then make small modifications to it, keeping both the new page design and the original for later use.
In the Pages pane of the Book Layout Editor, select the page or pages you want to duplicate.
You can Shift-click pages in the Pages pane to select multiple pages.
Do one of the following:
Choose Edit > Duplicate.
Choose Duplicate Page from the Add Pages pop-up menu (+).
The new pages appear in the Pages pane with the same page layout as the one you selected.
Add a new page that is based on a master page
You can add pages that are based on a specific master page.
To show master pages, choose Show Master Pages from the Book Action pop-up menu in the Book Layout Editor.
Select a page in the Pages pane.
The new page will appear just after the selected page.
Select a master page in the Master Pages pane.
Choose Add New Page From Master from the Add Pages pop-up menu (+).