You can create template from your finished brochure using out create template from page function. You can then change base page settings from the page settings menu.
Thanks for posting! If you have a paid account, you can download a print-quality PDF of your Lucidpress document by following these steps: Click “File," then select “Download As.” A dialog box will pop up, where you can select “PDF” and choose from various other formatting options (like resolution, color profile, and whether or not you want to include crop/bleed marks). If your document is large, it may take a minute or so to download your PDF.
You can drag and drop a PDF (from your files) into Lucidpress. This will show the first page of the PDF as an image. However, the PDF import function will only display the first page of your PDF document as an image. If you'd like to import a PDF with multiple pages, I would recommend doing so by importing each page individually.
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