Reviewing photos in Full Screen view


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Reviewing photos in Full Screen view

The Organizer offers several different views of your photos in addition to the Photo Browser view that you see here. One of those is Full Screen view. Full Screen view presents your photos in a temporary slideshow that fills the screen without the distraction of the Organizer interface. It's a great way to review and sort through your latest batch of photos or to just show off your photos at your computer. To start using Full Screen view, you first have to select some photos. I'm here in the 04_01-fullscreenview subfolder in the Chapter 04 Exercise Files folder.

I'm going to select all six images in that folder, by clicking the first, holding the Shift key and clicking the last. And then I'm going to involve the Full Screen view by going up to Display and choosing View Photos in Full Screen. The first thing you see is the Full Screen View Options dialog box, where you can customize the temporary slideshow to your liking. If you like, you can add some background music by ...

Reviewing photos in Full Screen view
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Reviewing photos in Full Screen view 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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