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iPhoto ’11: The Macintosh iLife Guide to using iPhoto with OS X Lion and iCloud by Jim Heid, Michael E. Cohen, Dennis R. Cohen

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Working in Face View

When you double-click a person’s corkboard tile to view photos of him or her, a set of thumbnails appears—much as it does when you double-click an event. And as with the event view, a row of buttons lets you do things with those thumbnails—edit, hide, and flag photos; display a slide show; create print projects; and share photos online. These buttons are a convenient way to immediately start showcasing a favorite person.

But face view contains some unique elements, too—things you don’t see when viewing event thumbnails.

More matches. If you’ve imported new photos—or if you never did finish confirming every suspected match—you may see more thumbnails below the Unconfirmed Faces dividing line described on page 25. (You may ...

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