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Using iPhoto® ’11 by Jason R. Rich

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4. Organizing Your Photos

Discover how to organize your images using the various features built into iPhoto ’11.

On the left side of the iPhoto ’11 main screen is the Source list. From here, you have access to images stored in iPhoto and can choose which photos to view, edit, or print at any given time. You can also use the options available in the Source list, as well as the program’s pull-down menus, to organize your images.

When you first start using iPhoto, the concept of organizing all your digital images might not seem important. However, after you amass a collection of hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of unique images, you’ll discover a need to keep your images well organized within properly labeled Events and Albums so ...

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