Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing and ordering a card, part of Creating Cards, Calendars, and Books with Photos for OS X.
- Once your card is done, you're ready to print.…Now you can decide to do the printing yourself…using your home printer,…you can save a PDF file and send it someplace else,…or take advantage of Apple's printing services.…Let me walk you through. If you decide…you want to print on your own, simply choose File: Print.…This will connect to your local office printer.…You can select that printer for one that's nearby,…and make sure it finishes setting up and connecting.…Then, if needed, you could take advantage…by clicking Show Details…to see more controls on your printer.…
This is where you could choose the paper type…if you're using glossy or premium photo paper,…or a heavier matte paper. And you can also select…the quality of the printing.…Layout is going to give you some additional controls…but in this case leave everything at the default…unless you want to take advantage…of doing two-sided printing…if you had printing on the inside of the card.…This would allow you to print on the other side.…Back under the Quality setting, look it all over.…
- Choosing a size, type, and theme for your Photos project
- Adding and removing images
- Editing text
- Removing the Apple logo
- Controlling the number of pages in a book
- Adding a map to a book
- Ordering prints
Skill Level Intermediate
Up and Running with Photos for OS Xwith Derrick Story2h 22m Beginner
Enhancing Images with Photos for OS Xwith Richard Harrington2h 26m Intermediate
1. Creating Greeting Cards
2. Creating a Calendar
3. Creating a Photo Book
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