How do I export photos used in a project (calendar) to a flash drive?

iPhoto 9.4.2
calendar has been purchased but I would also like to give the photos (including the unused ones) on flash drive for use on digital frame
approx 350 photos total, but I can't figure out how to select/export even small batches
I have tried "Select All"

I've tried this and it oly puts 150 of my 377 photos in the new album.  It appears to be including my "Placed Photos" only.
The calendar seems to have a memory. Sometimes I am getting all photos in the album, sometimes only the placed photos.
You could try the following:
Select the calendar in the source list and duplicate it with ⌘D
Then select the duplicate calendar, click the Photos tab of the calendar, set it to "Show all photos in Project", and click "Clear all placed photos".
Quit iPhoto
Launch iPhoto again
Select the copy of the Calendar and use the command "File > New Album" again.
If a no photos are placed, the album always has all photos in the project, at least, when I try.

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