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I have 26 nicely edited photos in IPhoto and I cannot figure out how to export them all together to a folder. I can only highlight one at a time. My intention is to burn them to a disk.
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The most efficient way to do it depends upon where the files are in relation to each other . Give this a quick read iPhoto '11: Ways to select and deselect photos. I think the same tricks also work with the most recent version of iPhoto.

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Thanks Slydude. I can select my photos. Now I am floundering with burning them to a disc?
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Insert the disc. When the icon appears on the desktop, drag and drop your selected photos to it and then Burn.
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Nothing shows on my desktop when I insert a disc?
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