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which version do you use?

I am putting a book together for my wife it's mostly notes that people have written her. I placed the order, and an important person got their note to me 3 hours after the order was placed (too late to cancel). It's the same number of pages, it's even a smaller file size. Do you print the original one, or use the one I just uploaded?


  • Just KevinJust Kevin Lulu Genius
    I don't fully understand what you mean, but as long as a Revision is completed, the latest one will be used for the production. If it has an ISBN it also has to be ordered and Approved first.
  • We print the version that was active at the time of ordering. When the order is placed, our printer downloads the file and begins printing. Uploading a new file after the order will NOT change the file being used by our printers.
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