Are section dividers the same kind of paper as the recipe pages?

Yes. Section dividers are printed on the same type of paper as the rest of the book.

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    Tammie Gates

    I was given about 200 recipes that are not in any sort of order. Is there a way to type them in and then organize?

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    Katie

    Absolutely. You do not need to input the recipes in the order you want them to appear in your book. You can rearrange the pages at any time, by dragging them around in the page navigator. Check out the article on rearranging pages

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    Beth Freed

    Do the section dividers come with tabs?

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    Caroline

    No, the section dividers do not have tabs. They're the same size as the rest of the pages in your book.

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    Pat Barnes

    How can I make my longer recipes into 2 pages?

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    Christina

    Right now there isn't a way in the designer to automatically flow a long recipe onto a second page, but there are a few workarounds.

    If you have a recipe photo, you may want to remove the image from the recipe page and add it to a photo page across from the recipe. If the ingredient list is very long, try only entering the ingredients on a recipe page, then use a story page or recipe page across from it to enter the directions. You could title that page (Recipe Name) Continued.

    Also remember the recipe font size. Larger fonts can lead to recipes taking up more space and occasionally multiple pages. You can change the font size to a smaller size by clicking Edit on the page you want to edit, then clicking the text and adjusting the font size accordingly. Of course, ideally your book will have a consistent font size for each recipe element across all pages to give your book a consistent look.