Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing the look of a calendar, part of Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 04 Creative Effects and Projects.
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You can change the look of a calendar by changing page layouts, and using…different backgrounds, photo frames, graphics, and type that come with the theme…that you selected for your calendar.…This is the calendar as it looked at the end of the last movie.…I am working on the title page, which I selected in the Pages column on the right.…Let's say I want to change the background of this page.…To do that, I'll go down to the column on the right, and I'll click the…Graphics button there, and that switches out the column on the right to show me backgrounds.…And if I scroll down, I see a frame, and I see some graphics, all of which…come with the Designer Elegant theme with which I started this book earlier in the chapter.…
You may see that many of these assets have a blue marker at the top right corner.…That means that when you try to apply one of those assets, it will take a minute…to download to your computer.…I've already downloaded many of these, so I don't have all the blue marks that…you may have on your computer.…
- Building slideshows with text, graphics, and music
- Creating a photo book
- Making a photo calendar
- Outputting a photo greeting card
- Customizing a photo collage
- Adding and editing text
- Combining photos
- Adding filters and preset effects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creative Photo Effects in Expert Edit
2. Creative Graphic Effects in Expert Edit
3. Slideshows (Windows Only)
Adding music to a slideshow5m 24s
4. Photo Books
5. Photo Calendars
6. Photo Greeting Cards
7. Photo Collages
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