The Extra Pages feature of course guides gives you the power to add exactly the kind of content you want, to your printed course guides. Extra Pages show an image of the content you upload. It can be whatever combination of pictures and text you want, as long as you upload it as a PNG or JPG.
Your can add Extra Pages in two places in the guide:
- In the front, immediately after the Welcome Page and before the Local Rules
- In the back, after the last hole of the courses and before the Overview
To add Extra Pages to your guide:
- Open [Course Guides] in the main menu of Course Manager
- Select the guide you want to change from your list
- Click the [Setup Pages] button to open the interface
- Click the [+] in the position you want to add new content
- Click the [Choose image] button to upload your content
- You can see the guidelines for uploads below the button and on this page
- Filled content go beyond the crop marks and should only be used for content that fits the guideline for Filled
- Centered content has a small margin on the page and will always be completely visible
You can add any number of Extra Pages to the guide, but remember that it probably will effect the printing cost.
The Setup Pages page, where you can add Extra Pages
The Upload image dialogue where you add the content of the Extra Page
To make your content fit perfectly on the page, we have defined a set of guidelines for the content. Course Manager will automatically fit the content you upload to the page, but it will always keep the original aspect ratio. So we recommend following the guidelines with all content, especially content shown with the Filled setting.
|Use case||Pixel size||Point size||Aspect ratio||Template|
|Front||1040x1880||260x470||26:47||PPTX template for front|
|Filled||1040x1692||260x423||260:423||PPTX template for filled|
|Centered||800x1520||200x380||10:19||PPTX template for centered|
|Fold-out, centered||2150x1900||430x380||43:38||PPTX template for fold-out, centered|
|Fold-out, filled||2450x2175||490x435||98:87||PPTX template for fold-out, filled|
To use the Power Point Templates, refer to this article