First, it seemed like a very long wait, and I am afraid I was charged twice, because I did not get my answer until I put my security code in the second time., I would like some assurance that that did not happen, since this is the first time I have used your service.
Your answer is greatly reassuring. I have about 7,000 photos stored, and the majority are in albums, and labeled events, etc. I have much to learn about I-photo and love working with it. So I am glad to know about your excellent knowledge and service.
So you think for now I am safe with 7,000 until I can transfer to other storage? I do not know how to use Time Machine.
Sally, I've no control over your account so I can't check whether you got charged twice or not. But if you got charged twice, you can contact the Customer Support at email@example.com for refund and they will refund your accountYes Sally. Buy a external hard drive for your Mac and connect it to your Mac. Then goto Applications folder and open Time Machine application. Turn it on and follow the onscreen instructions. See instructions here : http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1427You can also backup your iPhoto Library manually (without Time Machine). The iPhoto Library is stored in your Pictures folder (in your home folder). You can copy that iPhoto Library to your external hard drive manually . Let me know if you need help with that.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask as I'm always glad to help you.Best Regards,Ashik