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Hey guys, I have IPhoto 09 on my late 2010 Mac Mini running SL.
I know how to copy an Event to say a thumb drive. When I do, instead of the Event being self contained like it is in IPhoto, the pictures are individual on the thumb drive. Does that make sense? How do you copy an event with the pictures contained in the Event so that it can be opened up later, just like in iPhoto on the computer? I have looked and looked, and read all of the help questions and I can't find an answer. Can it be done like on my old Windows computer? Thanks.
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Anyone?
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See if this will help:

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Thanks Chas. I wonder why Apple doesn't let you do this in iPhoto. It seems so basic.
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They do (sort of) but its more complicated.
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