Organizing in full-screen mode


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Organizing in full-screen mode

Sometimes when you're organizing your photos, it would be nice if the interface just kind of got outta your way and let you focus on one image at a time. That's exactly what the Full screen mode does, it hides the Elements 10 Organizer interface but still provides valuable tools that allow you to tag your photos, and even make basic edits. Let me show you what I mean. I'm beginning this video with the Elements 10 Organizer already open on my computer. And I'm going to select the range of photos here. So, I think I'll select the Sunrise shots that I have here.

Those are just a group of about ten or 12 images that I have here. To view these images in Full screen mode, what I'm going to do is come up here and click on the View Edit Organize in Full screen mode button. You can actually access this by pressing Cmd F11 on Mac, or Ctrl F11 on Windows as well. So I'll go ahead and click that button, and you'll see that it goes into Full screen mode. ...

Organizing in full-screen mode
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Organizing in full-screen mode provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chad Chelius as part of the Getting Started with Photoshop Elements 10

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