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Chapter 13. The Windows Photo Organizer > Using Categories to Organize Tagged P...

Using Categories to Organize Tagged Photos

Just as tags in the Tags pane each represent a group or set of photos, categories and subcategories can be thought of as the file drawers and folders that hold those sets of photos. With the exception of the Hidden tag, all tags must reside in either a category or subcategory. The Organizer starts you off with five ready-made categories, but you can create as many new categories and subcategories as your photo library and personal organizational style require. Tags can easily be moved from one category to another, and if the volume of photos becomes too unwieldy for one tag to manage, it can be converted to a subcategory that contains its own set of tags.

To create a new category:


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