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I feel like a complete idiot. I got a Macbook this summer. I've used most the programs and everything works great. However, I have not used iMovie yet. I definitely have iLife because I use iPhoto and GarageBand, but I cannot find iMovie anywhere! I've searched the computer and the applications and I cannot find it! I have either accidentally hidden the application, in which case I need help unhiding it. I cannot remember how to 'show hidden folders'. That is the only thing I can think of unless I had iMovie in my dock, but I never used it so I removed it. Could I have possibly deleted it? Because that would really suck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I'd try opening finder, and typing in iMovie. You probably did that already, just thought I'd throw it out there.
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