I ordered a photobook, when I went to purchase it flashed up a warning about default text saying 'printed books will not include this text'. Really dissapointed, my photo book arrived with the default text printed. Will I have to return it?

I ordered a photobook, when I went to purchase it flashed up a warning about default text saying 'printed books will not include this text'.
Was really dissapointed when my photo book arrived with the default text printed. Will I have to return it? Or can I get some sort of discount? I don't live near a post office so I'd rather not have to return it.

Contact Apple support - they can answer that type of questions - we are just users here like yourself
BTW - it is best not to order when you have errors - to resolve that error place a single space in the subject text box
and always
Before ordering your book preview it using this method - http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1040 - and save the resulting PDF for reference - the delivered book will match it.
LN

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