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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Finding Your Photos Fast by Adding Keywords By default, nested with the Metadata palette is the Keywords palette. Keywords are important, because once you've applied one or more keywords to a photo, it's that much easier to find that photo again by using the Adobe Bridge's Find (search) function. For example, if you shoot flowers, you can add the keyword "calla lily" to every shot of a calla lily. Then, if later you wanted to quickly locate every shot you've taken of calla lilies--you just type "calla lily" in the Find dialog and all your calla lily photos appear in seconds. Did it seem like I just used the words "calla lily" a lot? Step One: To get to the Keywords palette, you have to first choose a workspace that enables the Panel area on the left side of the dialog, so go under the Window menu, under Workspace, and choose Reset to