Backing up


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Backing up

To protect your photos as well as your Organizer catalog with all the organizing information it contains about your photos, I strongly recommend that you back up regularly. Backing up is crucial to protect against computer crashes, theft, fire or other disaster. You can backup directly to an external hard drive, you can also backup online if you're a member of Photoshop.com. Let's talk about how to back up to a hard drive. You are going to want to use Elements Backup command to do this rather than third-party software so that you get a backup from which you can restore not only your photos but also the Elements catalog which contains all the tags, collections and other organizing information that you spend so much time adding to photos and Elements.

The first step in backing up is, of course, to attach and turn on an external drive that's big enough to hold all of the photos that you've included in the Organizer catalog that you're backing up. On Windows, you do have the...

Backing up
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Backing up provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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