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1There are several ways to open the Organizer. You can select View And Organize Photos on the Welcome screen when you start Photoshop Elements 3.0. Or, if Photoshop Elements Editor is already open, you can select Photo Browser at the top of the work area. If you always want to open Photoshop Elements in Organizer, use the Start Up In pop-up menu in the lower left border of the Welcome screen to choose Organizer.
2The most effortless way to catalog all your images is to choose File > Get Photos > By Searching, and then selecting your hard disk for Look In. This method collects all images, regardless of how disorganized they might be in your folders.
3You can find photos by file location, by date, by import batch, and by using tags. The pop-up menu in the lower left corner of Organizer determines the order in which the thumbnails appear, such as Date (Newest First) or File Location. For a calendar view of your images, click Date View () on the shortcuts bar. You can also use the Find menu, which offers many more ways to set search criteria. Select Find boxes for a tag to limit the thumbnail display to images with that tag.
4The shortcuts bar is just below the menus (File, Edit, and so on).
5All multi-photo printing with Photoshop Elements is done in Organizer, although you can start the process in Editor, too. You start by selecting the photo or photos you want to print, and choosing File > Print. Then deselect One Photos Per Page.
6The Organizer feature for attaching photos to e-mail creates and attaches versions of your photos that are appropriate for e-mail. This means it’s faster to send them, faster for others to download them, and people will be able to see them without scrolling.


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