iPhoto library is designed to store up to 2,50,000 photos. It is depending on your computer's memory and available hard disk space. If you want to access your iPhoto library, then open "iPhoto" on your Mac and click "Events" or "Photos" located at the top of the "Source list". If you are in full screen view, click "Events" tab located in the toolbar or click "Albums" and then "Photos. You can make more space in your iPhoto library by deleting unwanted photos.
There are many ways to access your photos or files in iPhoto. You can use any 'Open' or 'Attach' or 'Browse' dialogue. If you choose "File" and then "Open" dialogue, you will see a "Media" heading located at the left sidebar. You can access your photos from "Photos" tab. Command-click for selecting multiple photos. You can access your photo Library from the "New Message Window" in Mail. You can access your photos when iPhoto is not running. You can download a free service component which will give you access to the iPhoto Library from your Services Menu. You can also drag a photo to the desktop from iPhoto Window. When you drag the photos, iPhoto will make a full-sized copy of the photo.
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