Step 1: General Settings
Here you can find things like changing the default Rotate direction, changing what happens when you connect a camera, and deciding which application to use when emailing shots, but this is just the start.
Step 2: Appearance is everything
This panel allows you to change all sorts of things about the look of iPhoto. If you have an older machine it may slow things down, but you can totally alter the look of your iPhoto window through this menu.
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