Touring the workspaces


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Touring the workspaces

Photoshop Elements 9 is actually two applications rolled into one; an organizer in which you can organize your digital photos, videos, and audio files, and an editor in which you can correct and enhance your digital photos. Within the Editor, there are three separate editing workspaces of different levels of complexity; the Full Edit, the Quick Fix, and the Guided Edit workspaces. Let's take a first look at all these different components of Elements and see how to navigate among them. When you start up Elements, the first screen you'll see is this welcome screen.

The welcome screen is the jumping off place from which you can launch either the Organizer or the Editor; the two main components of Elements. You'll often want to go to the Organizer first perhaps to import files or to find files that you want to work within the Editor. So let's start by launching the Organizer by clicking the Organize button here in the welcome screen. If the Organizer isn't already open, it ...

Touring the workspaces
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Touring the workspaces provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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