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Chapter 24. Fixing Photo Flaws > Using Repair Recipes and Tutorials

Using Repair Recipes and Tutorials

Adobe has made many of the complicated photo rescue and enhancement procedures much easier for you by supplying easy-to-follow “recipes” for them. If you follow a recipe, your results are pretty well guaranteed to be good.

The only hurdle to overcome in using recipes is finding them. For reasons known only to Adobe, they live on a palette called, not Recipes, but How To. When you first start Elements, the How To palette presents itself and opens in the work window. If for some reason it doesn't, or if you've already closed it to make room to work, you can open it by selecting How To from the Windows menu, or by clicking its tab in the palette well on the Shortcuts bar, if that's active. (By the way, you can also activate the Shortcuts bar, or shut it off, from the Windows menu.) The How To palette is shown in Figure 24.27.


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