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There is a workaround, going through TextEdit: Open TextEdit, and create a new file. In TextEdit, add the images to the new file. In TextEdit, select all of your images and copy them (cmd-A, cmd-C). In Word, paste the images (cmd-V). This will result in all of the images being pasted into Word, which you can then manipulate as you normally would.


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Dropbox is likely the best for storing photos in the cloud. It allows you to easily, and simply select photos from your library and then upload them to the Dropbox cloud. The one caveat is that it is annoying to restore images because you have to go to each picture and restore it individually. Who knows, perhaps they will come out with an update that will ...


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Following the advice in this forum thread, I've deleted the files (after backing up to the computer): /User/Media/PhotoData/com.apple.photos.caches_metadata.plist /User/Media/PhotoData/Photos.sqlite /User/Media/PhotoData/PhotosAux.sqlite After opening the Photos app again, it rebuilds the Library: It's important to use the pattern IMG_0000.ext ...


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The simplest solution would be to back up your work phone to iCloud. You might have to pay for fast wifi if yours is too slow and also turn off backing up all items except photos initially. Later on Make complete and current backup of one of your personal devices again using iCloud. Note:1, Backing up two devices to iCloud may mean you run out of your ...


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For part of your solution you could try Dropbox to upload the files for later retrieval. Download the app on you iPhone 4 and setup an account. To upload your images follow the instructions here (with visual aids). Which are: First navigate to the location within your Dropbox where you'd like to put the photos. Then do the following: Tap the ellipsis ...



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