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A Beginner's Guide To iPhoto

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iPhoto is a great program that comes preloaded on your mac, You can use it to organize, store, and even edit your photos, but did you know that iPhoto can also order prints, make greeting cards, build albums and even perform automatic face detection? We'll be looking at all that and more in this guide to the iPhoto basics.

Note: In this Screencast we will be using iPhoto '11, Version 9.2.3, which is the latest update.


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A Beginner's Guide To iPhoto

Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed this overview of iPhoto, It's a great program, If you have any questions please feel free to ask below in the comments!

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