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Well, as we near the close of our time together here, I have just a couple of final thoughts that I want to share with you. One is a great resource for working faster in iPhoto, now that you've learned where kind of everything is, is to start to master some of the keyboards shortcuts. I find them very helpful. And what's very neat about this is that you can go up to Help, go to Keyboard Shortcuts, and they are always here waiting for you, very helpful and there is a lot of stuff here.
And one of the things that I've discovered is that sometimes by browsing Keyboard Shortcuts, I'll stumble across a function that I didn't even know was in iPhoto. Now, this is an Essential Training. we try to cover all the basic stuff, but there are always little nooks and crannies and you might discover something here. So, this is a good tip that I always like to share with folks. Keyboard Shortcuts, they are right here under Help. The other thing I want to mention is I think the best way to really retain knowledge is to practice what you've learned soon after you've learned it.
So, if you've been thinking about making a book, or greeting cards, or building a really nice slideshow or burning a DVD to share with people, do it now or set aside some time soon while all of this is fresh in your memory. Of course, we are always here for you. You can always come back and rewatch these movies and refresh, but if you have the opportunity, do a project as soon as possible and then that way that knowledge will stay with you. I have so much enjoyed working on this with you.
I love this application and I hope after you've had a chance now to play with it some more, you'll like it too.
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