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Chapter 5. Finding Images, Movies, and A... > Hide Items You Don't Generally Use

42. Hide Items You Don't Generally Use


Here's something you might be wondering: Why go through all the trouble of adding items to a catalog, along with other items that might be used later in albums or slideshows, if you're only going to hide them? Well, not every digital image or movie you might ever want to keep track of or use in a presentation is so important that you need to thumb through it every day. For example, take a shot of a closed stage curtain. It's not a terribly important image. If you lost it, you wouldn't shed any tears. But you might want to use the closed stage curtain photo as the first image in most of your slideshows as a kind of title screen, so it's certainly worth keeping in the catalog.


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