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i lost iphoto on my mac book


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Hello,

I was working on a document and using my iphoto to drag photos in, working off line. I dragged a photo into my word doc and now I can't access my iphoto, the icon is there, when I pull it up on the finder the icon and info is there but I can't open it. I checked the trash and it doesn't seem to be there, I have tons of photos I use for my business in this iphoto. help! Thank you!

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