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Click Undo if you’re unhappy with the crop. If you’re happy with it, close the program or click the Back to Gallery button.

Clicking Undo brings back the uncropped photo for you to try again. If you’re happy with the crop, though, click Back to Gallery to see your photos again or close the program.

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