As you are using multiple images, you might want to consider Book module for your desired output.
Please click on the below link for help with Book module.
You can also use the below links to check print module.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your quick response.
I understand the differences reasonably well. (I was a part of the on-demand print industry for a while.) I am creating a single-page template for regular use that will be filled with one image. "Boilerplate" text will remain on all sheets. I want to have flexibility for laying out the boilerplate, and it appears that the Book Module will allow more flexibility for that layout task than the Print Module.
So, what I will be doing is "single images" printed as multiple print jobs of "four over zero" or color on front side and blank back.
I had read many of those resources you linked, thank you, but none compared the two for type/layout flexibility. I was hoping that there was more flexibility creeping into the Print Module. Not the case.
So, Book module is best, as you say? No surprises? More flexibility? It will be fun to tackle a new module. I was checking here on the Forum that there are no hidden ways in which the Book Module will restrict me not obvious going into the project.
Thanks again for the suggestion.
It is a new feature. The functionalities are limited but feedback taken.
I am sorry to inform that the features you are looking are not yet part of Book module yet in Lightroom.
So users have to use template-like files made and executed in Photoshop.
Too bad. It's a real hole in the LR features.
By creating overlays with your company name you can achieve close to what you are asking-
Use a full page png file created in Photoshop with transparency to add your layout over your photo as an identity plate.
Involves a bit of sizing in the print module but once designed can be saved as a template and used with any image.
Thanks, Wobertc. I'll try that. The alternative might be (still using Photoshop) to CTRL-E, then "place" into a template file in Photoshop. Print out of Photoshop. Or save back in to LR...
Yes- probably easier to do in Photoshop. Easier to create the overlay, easier to resize, and blending modes can do the job well.