Opening files in Full Edit


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Opening files in Full Edit

There are a couple of different ways to open files into the Full Edit workspace of Elements Editor. I recommend that when you can, you open files from the Organizer into the Editor. The reason for that is that allows you to make use of the powerful search features in the Organizer, which I covered in earlier movies to find just the files that you want. And the Organizer gives you large thumbnail views so that you can visually choose just the image that you want. I am going to open a file from the Organizer in to Full Edit Mode by moving to the file I want, which is this greenhat.

Selecting it, and if I want to I could also select the redhat by holding down the Ctrl key on the keyboard and clicking on it. But I'm just going to with one file for now. Then I have two choices, I can either right-click on that file and choose Edit with Photoshop Elements. Or, and I think this way is more intuitive, I can go up to the Fix menu in the Task pane, click the arrow there and choose Full Photo Edit ...

Opening files in Full Edit
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Opening files in Full Edit provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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