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Photo Printing: Macintosh
Selecting Pictures to Print
To help sort pictures beyond simply putting them in selected folders, iPhoto allows the user to assign Keywords to photo image files. The user can then search by keyword, either within iPhoto or through the operating system’s Sherlock search engine.
To select specific pictures from a folder, click on the first picture, then “Command - click” each additional picture, or press Command – A on the keyboard to select all the pictures in a folder (the “Command” keys are on either side of the spacebar, with apple and cloverleaf symbols on them).
To print the selected pictures,
there are three user options:
The Print Window
The Margins slider allows the outer margins of the selected picture(s) to be adjusted. Inkjet printers with “borderless” capabilities will print pictures edge-to-edge on the paper when the Margins slider is set to zero. Click Print to begin the printing process.
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