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This review is from: iPhoto '11: The Missing Manual (Missing Manuals) (English and English Edition) (Paperback)I found "the missing manual" missing down to earth useful information. It is a heavy read, complicated and never got to the nitty gritty of how to use iPhoto 11 in the easiest fashion. After much reading, re-reading, underlining, typing out what I felt was the best way to accomplish the task from their directions and consulting the book when trying to use iPhoto 11, I still could not figure out what the authors were trying to show/tell me. Had to ask others for help and by trial and error figure it out for myself. Come on, can't you write to the 6th grade level where all instruction manuals are suppose to be written? By the way I have a Masters degree and I was able to write out my own 6th grade cheat sheet from my trial and error.
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Initial post: Oct 18, 2011 7:29:07 PM PDT
C. B. Thomas says:
Would you like to share your cheat sheet?:-)
Posted on Feb 8, 2012 4:25:29 PM PST
A. Lillich says:
I agree with those who say the missing manual is missing a few things. I need to import photos from an e-mail. Looked up in index and import from e-mail is supposed to be on page 22. It is not. Can anyone tell me how it is done? I'm a very low tech person, so maybe I'm too low tech to understand this manual.
Posted on Mar 19, 2012 12:14:26 PM PDT
William A. Baity says:
So, where is your cheat sheet posted?
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 19, 2012 9:45:35 AM PDT
Mary E. Lee says:
When you have our e-mail open, if there are photos in the e-mail, just go up to the top right corner of the e-mail and click on "save." Scroll to the bottom and it says "Save to iPhoto." Click here and all photos will be saved as an event in iPhoto.
Hope this helps.
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