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Transferring Picasa library from windows to mac


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Hello and thanks for reading.
I have just got myself a macbook pro. Having been a windows user for the past 10 years and a happy user of Picasa I would like to transfer my entire Picasa library from my windows laptop to my new mac. I don't want to lose any of my edits etc and don't want to start again by simply installing picasa on my new machine. I've done a bit of research on the subject bit am finding it a bit confusing as there seems to be different ways of doing what I want to achieve. Can anyone point me in the right direction/advise on this?
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Grats on the purchase. Sadly only used Picasa slightly online and not the program its self. So I can't give advice on it, but hey grats again on the Mac purchase


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Thank you...checking this out now

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