Once you've prepared your photos, it's time to order prints.
To order prints:
Make sure you're connected to the Internet, select one or more photos, and click the Order Prints button, or choose Order Prints from the Share menu.
iPhoto opens the Order Prints window (Figure 6.18).
Figure 6.18. To order prints, select one or more photos, click the Order Prints button, and in the Order Prints window, enter the number of prints of each photo that you want. When you're ready, click the Buy Now button.
For each picture, enter the number of each size print you'd like to order.
iPhoto automatically updates the total cost as you add and subtract prints.
Choose the appropriate shipping address and method from the Ship To and Ship Via pop-up menus.
Check your order carefully to make sure you're getting the right number of each print, and confirm that each photo can print at the size you've selected.
Click the Buy Now button.
iPhoto uploads your pictures and alerts you when it's done.
If nothing is selected when you click Order Prints, iPhoto includes all the photos in the current album.
Uploading takes a long time on a slow Internet connection because iPhoto uploads full-size images for best quality.
If you want mostly 4" x 6" prints, click the Quick Order 4 x 6's arrows at the top right to increase or decrease the number of 4" x 6" prints of each photo.
If you see a yellow warning icon next to a size you want, see "Dealing with Warning Icons" in Chapter 9, "Troubleshooting."
Since the release of iPhoto 4, you can now have prints delivered not just to U.S. and Canadian addresses, but also to addresses in Japan and some European countries.
Shipping charges, at least in the United States, are now fixed at $2.49, no matter how many photos you order.