Viewing slideshows in Full Screen view


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Viewing slideshows in Full Screen view

In the last movie I introduced you to Full Screen View, showing you how you can use the new Quick Fix panel and the Quick Organize panels in that Full Screen View to do some quick edits and so organization to your photos as you review them. There is another feature in Full Screen View that I want to show you and that is a temporary slideshow that you can create in Full Screen View and use to show off your photos on your computer or to sit back and review those photos without having to click from one to the other. Here in the Organizer I'm going to select the photos that I want to include in that temporary slideshow by clicking on the first, holding the Shift key, and clicking on the last.

And then I'm going to go up to be Full Screen View icon here and click. That opens the first of the photos in Full Screen View. The Quick Edit and Quick Organize panels collapse to the side and as soon as I move my mouse, I see the control bar appear at the bottom of the screen. I introduced you...

Viewing slideshows in Full Screen view
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Viewing slideshows in Full Screen view provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

Subject:
Photography
Software:
Photoshop Elements
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