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When you say that the "information" doesn't attach itself, what are you referring to when you use the term 'information'?
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Thank you for the update.
May I start a remote screen sharing session with you so that I can better help you resolve this problem?
When the remote begins, a chat window will appear that we can use to communicate with each other.
Yes, that is correct. The reason behind that last and final charge is because the remote session will take a bit more of my time.
For this reason, I am opting out of the question and allowing another expert the chance to help.
The next expert will see all that is on this page, so there will be no need to repeat anything.
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Thank you for your patience.
Most likely it is too large for email do you have Dropbox or come other file transfer service?
Please go to the Apple logo at the upper left of your computer screen to About This Mac and give me this information:
Also what version of iPhoto and where are you entering this "information"?
Were you ever able to do that because as far as I know that is not possible. You can copy the info and include it in the email or text, etc... but it is not included by default and there is no way to add it automatically at least. In fact (from http://www.macworld.com/article/2912690/more-help-for-photos-metadata-the-places-map-and-syncing-without-icloud.html) "Photos isn’t supporting the display of some metadata, ...... However, it doesn’t modify the original files on import, so later updates that improve metadata access or exports with EXIF metadata included should include all of your original information."
Sorry but that was never an option in iPhoto either