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Has Mac OS X Lion disabled saving or printing a document to iphoto as an option?

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Has Mac OS X Lion disabled saving or printing a document to iphoto as an option?
  

Mac OS X Lion has disabled save or print a document as an option in iPhoto?Anyone who got any info on this .Please share here.

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Re: Has Mac OS X Lion disabled saving or printing a document to iphoto as an option?

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Mac OS X Lion has disabled save or print a document as an option in iPhoto?Anyone who got any info on this .Please share here.
It used to be capable to put aside a PDF to iPhoto when printing a document and in the left corner, where there is a pdf option box, you can save the document in pdf format in iPhoto, so it's a. Jpg automatically.

This feature is not accessible in OS X Lion and I can say.
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