Understanding the Different Views in Artisan®

When designing your book in Artisan®, you’ll notice that you can view your project a few different ways:  All, Page, and Trim View.

The first view, the All View, allows you to view your entire project and its workspace. Working in the All View provides you the freedom to play around with any photos, elements, and papers you may want to use on your page.

The second view, the Page View, serves to “declutter” your workspace—click on it, and it will hide anything that rests outside of the page you are working on. This will allow you to zero in on the page design itself without those extra elements and photos fighting for your focus around it.


The last view, the Trim View, provides users a look at how their project will mostly likely print once in production. It hides the portion of your design that rests outside of the Trim Line, so it is important that users don’t work in this view the entire time they are working on their project—it can be thought of as the final draft before sending your project off to print.

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