Creating a blank file


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Creating a blank file

Most often when you are working in the Full Edit mode of the Editor, you are going to be manipulating or working with your photographs and so you will have opened existing files. But once in a while, you are going to want to start a new file from scratch. For example, you might need to create something out of graphics or texts like a logo, or a button for a webpage, or maybe you want to create a large background on a blank file and then drag multiple photos on top of the background to make a collage. In those kinds of cases, you are going to want to open a file from scratch this way. In the Full Edit mode of the Editor, I'm going up to the File menu at the top of the screen and I'm going to choose New, and then Blank File. That opens the New dialog box.

Let's go through the fields in this box. The first field asks you to the name the file. You don't have to name the file here, you could wait until you save it, but you are welcome to do so by clicking in this field, select...

Creating a blank file
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Creating a blank file provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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