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Creating a file from scratch

Most of the time you'll be working with an existing photograph when you're in the Full Photo Edit workspace. But there are times when you may want to start a new blank document from scratch. For example, if you're making a graphic as a logo, or as a button for a web site, or if you're making a large background onto which you want to drag multiple photos. So here's how to make a new blank file from scratch. I'll go up to the File menu, and I'll choose New, and Blank File. That opens the New dialog box. Here I can give my new file a name, but I don't have to.

I can name it when I save it. Next I can choose from some presets for the size of the file. I'll click the Presets menu so that you can see that there are presets for different kinds of paper, for files intended for the web, for mobile devices, for film and video, and a custom category. So if I know that I'm making an image that I'm going to print, I might choose U.S. Paper, and that will giv...

Creating a file from scratch
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Creating a file from scratch provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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