1 Reply Latest reply: Jul 21, 2014 4:14 PM by Old Toad
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I have a Mac Mini and just upgraded to Mavericks 10.9.3

  • Old Toad Level 10 Level 10 (125,905 points)

    iPhoto doesn't support pdf files.  It never has.  There used to be a feature in the older systems that would save a pdf as a jpeg file to iPhoto.  Here's how to reestablish that capability:

     

    Here's how to get any file into iPhoto as a jpeg file:

     

    1 - open the file in any application that will open it.

     

    2 - type Command+P to start the print process.

     

    3  - click on the PDF button and select "Save PDF to iPhoto".

     

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    NOTE:  If you don't have any of those options go to Toad's Cellar and download these two files:

     

    Save PDF to iPhoto 200 DPI.workflow.zip

    Save PDF to iPhoto 300 DPI.workflow.zip

     

    Unzip the files and place in the HD/Library/PDF Services folder and reboot.

     

    4 - select either of the files above (300 dip is used for photos to be included in a book that will be ordered).

     

    5 - in the window that comes up enter an album name or select an existing album and hit the Continue button.

     

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    That will create a 200 or 300 dpi jpeg file of the item being printed and import it into iPhoto.

     

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