Jump Between Photoshop Elements 11 Organizer and Editor


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Moving between Organizer and Editor

One of the basic uses of the organizer is to give you a visual way to find photos that you want to edit in the editor, which is a separate part of Elements. So I wanted to take a minute to make sure you know how to move photos back and forth between the organizer and the editor. The first step is to select the photo or photos that you want to edit. If I want to edit just one photo, I'll click on it here in the grid in Media View. If I want to edit more than one photo, and those photos are contiguous or next to one another here in the grid in Media View, I'll hold the Shift key, and I'll click on another photo.

And that will select that other photo, and all in between as well. And so, if I were to go to the editor now, all of those photos would be open in the editor, ready for editing. If I click in a blank area of the grid, that will deselect everything. Now, I want to show you how to select photos that aren't next to one another in the grid, non-contiguous photos. I'll...

Moving between Organizer and Editor
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Moving between Organizer and Editor provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 01 Importing and Organizing Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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