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Hi everyone.

I was recently browsing through my iPhoto '06 library and realized that there are some photos in my library that aren't in some of my albums. Meaning, say there's an album called "Disney World." There are some random stragglers that, for some reason upon importing, are in no albums and just hanging out in the library.

Is there any way where I can see all the photos in the library that HAVEN'T found themselves into individual albums? It just bothers me...when I click on the Disney World album I want to see ALL of the pictures in iPhoto that I took at Disney.

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I havent used iPhoto 06 in a long time, but cant you just click on Library. That should let you see all the photos.

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Not at the mac right now, so can't be really specific, but you can create a smart album where the criteria is photo that is not in an album. That will let you see what is not in an album, and then you can move the photos where you want them (from the "roll" not the smart album).

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there is, but i do not remember

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