Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing a hard copy to proof, part of Creating Photo Books with iPhoto.
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You can call me Old School, but I like having a red pen.…I'm used to going through and taking the time to proof my work, and to do that,…I'll print out a hard copy.…You see, when I look at something on the computer screen, chances are, …I miss my own mistakes, that's because, if I made the mistake typing on a computer, …I'm more likely to miss the mistake typing on a computer.…Printing out the book and taking a fresh look at it maybe over a cup of coffee, …or giving it to a spouse or a friend to take a glance at, …will help you spot potential problems.…
Now, it's easy for you to print your own book.…Realize that this isn't going to be the same quality as getting it…professionally printed, but you can go ahead and output it to your inkjet printer …to have a quick look.…To do that, just go in and take a look at the book itself.…Click the All Pages View and then choose File>Print or press Cmd+P. …This will bring up the standard Mac Printing Dialogue Box.…Now, you could choose the arrangement.…Typically, you're going to want to go with this Orientation.…
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- Organizing images in albums
- Choosing a size and theme for your book
- Adding background photos
- Adding more pages
- Changing the page order
- Formatting the cover
- Cropping, straightening, and enhancing images
- Using maps in the layout
- Watching a slideshow of the book
- Ordering from the printer
- Creating a PDF of your book