Finding photos from the Find menu


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Finding photos from the Find menu

There are lots of ways to find your photos in the Organizer. In addition to the Text Search field, which we have covered in an earlier movie, there is a Find menu at the top of the screen that has all kinds of options in it for finding your photos. You can find your photos by date, by the text in the caption, by text in the filename and so on. Let's take a look at the couple of these options. If I go to Set Date Range, I get this message that I cannot be in the Folder Location view that you currently see. If I click Yes here, it takes me back to the default Thumbnail view and gets me this dialog box where I can set a date range between which I want to search for photos. So I'm going to look for photos between the last and first days of the year 2005 and click OK. I'll go back to the Find menu and I'm going to clear this date range.

Let's see how else we can search. We can search by file name. Let's say I want to find all photos with the word Group in the file nam...

Finding photos from the Find menu
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Finding photos from the Find menu 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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