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Print iPhoto books using PDF files Apps
For those of us in the unfortunate parts of the world that cannot order the gorgeous iPhoto books, we can still print those books on our own printers, or make them into equally gorgeous PDF's for sharing. It's easy to do, just choose "Print" in the 'Book' mode (not the preview view in Book mode, though), then hit the "Preview" button in the print dialog, and "Save as PDF" in Preview.

[Editor's note: It's actually even easier than this if you don't want to see the preview of the PDF file first. Just select "Output Options" from the print dialog box, click on "Save as File" and then select PDF as the file format.]
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Alt - Preview
Authored by: Kool on Jan 17, '02 10:48:32AM

Or just press option (alt) and click on Preview for a preview in Preview. (This sentence is correct but may be a little bit confusing. ;-) )

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Alt - Preview
Authored by: jscordia on Jan 18, '02 03:50:55AM

I'm well impressed with the PDF abilities of OSX. However on my experimentation with iPhoto to do just as you suggest the other night, no matter how I set the printing set-up I couldnt produce a landscape PDF. Is this a bug? Anyone else?.Maybe I'm just missing the very obvious!


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iPhoto Book Export to iDisk Htmal Format
Authored by: eorooke on Sep 09, '02 10:40:12AM

: iPhoto can export html pages using Homepage's limited formats. Can an iPhoto
: Book be exported in html so that it can be used as a www site in iDisk?
: You can preview a Book and save it as a pdf file. Can Applescript or
: another program convert these iPhoto Book formats to html?

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