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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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Notes and Tips

Zoom for precision. To retouch with more precision, use the Zoom slider to zoom in on the area of the image that you’re working on. You can also zoom by pressing the 0 (zero), 1, or 2 keys.

Undo and revert. You can undo each mouse click or drag by clicking the Undo button at the bottom of the Quick Fixes pane.

To undo all of your retouching, click the Revert to Original button at the bottom of the Quick Fixes pane. Note that you’ll also lose any other edits, such as cropping, that you performed since switching into edit view. Because of this, you might want to retouch first—that way, you won’t lose work if you decide to revert. Or take a different approach: do your cropping and other adjustments, then exit edit view. Reopen the ...

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