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im about to answer your questions in reverse order...i find it makes more sense to me doing it that way

your system is 10.5...also called Leopard
if you click the apple logo on the top will see an option called "about this mac" click on it to get more info about your computer.

yes you can right click
im presuming you have a laptop...if so then use ctrl click
you can also assign a two finger tap on the trackpad to be a right click
do this in "system preferences" under the icon labelled keyboard & mouse
you should be able to find the system preferences icon in the dock

as for the software if it says its windows only you cant install it directly on a mac
you will either need to set up a windows partition & install windows on it using bootcamp or use a third party software such as parallels desktop & then install it...however im sure an application which does what you are looking for exists for he mac os platform
the iphoto app that comes with leopard may help
check this link

or google "mac photo books" for more options

hope this was helpful

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