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The recent boom in digital camera sales has created a tremendous demand for simple yet powerful photo-editing software. This is because experienced users, as well as amateurs, are quickly outgrowing the program that was originally bundled with their cameras. Fortunately, Photoshop Elements 3, the latest photo-editing software from Adobe, is filling this void. It allows users to achieve high-quality results without the overwhelming complexity of professional-level software. And it's also affordable. As a result, it is the best-selling photo-editing software on the market today. Yet, while Photoshop Elements 3.0 seems to have everything going in its favor, it is missing one very important element: a manual that explains all of its incredible capabilities. To help consumers truly understand this software, there's now Photoshop Elements 3: The Missing Manual. This comprehensive guide from Barbarba Brundage offers page after page of valuable insight into this popular program, making it the only book readers will need on the topic. Photoshop Elements 3: The Missing Manual does a whole lot more than just point out how to straighten photos, crop, and adjust the color and focus. It's a collection of wonderful tips and tricks, from how to make basic selections to advanced color correction strategies, and from classic darkroom techniques to stylized digital effects. Each feature is carefully explained in easy-to-understand language, so that everyone from professional shooters to hobbyists can benefit. Among other lessons, readers will learn how to:

  • Instantly fix flaws using Elements' Quick Fix mode

  • Gain control with sliders, zoom tools, and before and after views

  • Easily organize photos by calendar or keyword label

  • Make dynamic slide shows with transitions, captions, music, and narration

  • Create themed photo email

Whether you're a hobbyist or a professional photographer, Photoshop Elements 3: The Missing Manual will help you become a more efficient, sophisticated digital camera user.

Table of Contents

  1. Photoshop Elements 3: The Missing Manual
    1. Copyright
    2. The Missing Credits
      1. About the Author
      2. About the Creative Team
      3. Acknowledgements
      4. The Missing Manual Series
    3. Introduction
      1. Why Photoshop Elements?
      2. What You Can Do with Elements 3
      3. What's New in Elements 3
        1. The Big Difference
          1. Windows
          2. Macintosh
      4. Elements Versus Photoshop
      5. The Key to Learning Elements
      6. About This Book
        1. About the Outline
          1. Introduction to Elements
          2. Elemental Elements
          3. Retouching
          4. Artistic Elements
          5. Sharing Your Images
          6. Additional Elements
        2. The Very Basics
        3. Windows and Mac Commands
        4. About → These → Arrows
        5. About MissingManuals.com
      7. Safari® Enabled
    4. I. Introductory Elements
      1. 1. Finding Your Way Around Elements
        1. 1.1. The Welcome Screen
          1. 1.1.1. Windows Version
          2. 1.1.2. Mac Version
        2. 1.2. Organizing Your Photos
          1. 1.2.3. Windows Organizer
            1. 1.2.3.1. Photo Downloader
          2. 1.2.4. Macintosh
        3. 1.3. Editing Your Photos
          1. 1.3.5. Your Elements Tools
          2. 1.3.6. Bins and Palettes
            1. 1.3.6.2. Taming the Palette bin
          3. 1.3.7. Getting Help and the How To Palette
            1. 1.3.7.3. The How To palette
          4. 1.3.8. Escape Routes
            1. 1.3.8.4. Undo
            2. 1.3.8.5. Undo History palette
            3. 1.3.8.6. The one rule of Elements
        4. 1.4. Getting Started in a Hurry
      2. 2. Importing and Managing Your Photos
        1. 2.1. Importing from Cameras
          1. 2.1.1. The Photo Downloader (Windows Only)
          2. 2.1.2. Photo Importing Options for the Mac
            1. 2.1.2.1. iPhoto and Elements
            2. 2.1.2.2. Image Capture
            3. 2.1.2.3. Photoshop Elements
        2. 2.2. Opening Stored Images
        3. 2.3. Scanning Photos
        4. 2.4. Capturing Video Frames
        5. 2.5. Creating a New File
          1. 2.5.3. Picking a Document Size
          2. 2.5.4. Choosing Resolution
          3. 2.5.5. Choosing Color Mode
          4. 2.5.6. Choosing Your File's Contents
        6. 2.6. The Organizer
          1. 2.6.7. The Photo Browser
          2. 2.6.8. Creating Categories and Tags
            1. 2.6.8.4. Working with tags and categories
          3. 2.6.9. Creating Collections
          4. 2.6.10. Searching for Photos
            1. 2.6.10.5. Browsing through photos
            2. 2.6.10.6. Using tags and categories to find photos
        7. 2.7. The File Browser (Mac and Windows)
          1. 2.7.11. Opening and Modifying Files
          2. 2.7.12. Searching with the File Browser
          3. 2.7.13. Assigning Keywords (Mac Only)
            1. 2.7.13.7. Flagging files
      3. 3. Rotating, Resizing, and Saving
        1. 3.1. Straightening Scanned Photos
        2. 3.2. Rotating Your Images
          1. 3.2.1. Rotating and Flipping Options
          2. 3.2.2. Free Rotate
        3. 3.3. Cropping Pictures
          1. 3.3.3. Using the Crop Tool
          2. 3.3.4. Cropping Your Image to an Exact Size
          3. 3.3.5. Cropping with the Marquee Tool
        4. 3.4. Changing Your View of Your Image
          1. 3.4.6. Image Views
          2. 3.4.7. The Zoom Tool
          3. 3.4.8. The Hand Tool
        5. 3.5. Changing the Size of Your Image
          1. 3.5.9. Resizing Images for Email and the Web
          2. 3.5.10. Resizing for Printing
            1. 3.5.10.1. Resampling
          3. 3.5.11. Adding Canvas
        6. 3.6. Saving Your Work
          1. 3.6.12. The File Formats Elements Understands
            1. 3.6.12.2. The not-so-common file formats
            2. 3.6.12.3. About JPEGs
          2. 3.6.13. Changing the File Format
        7. 3.7. Backing Up Your Files
          1. 3.7.14. Saving to CDs and DVDs
          2. 3.7.15. Organizer Backups
      4. 4. The Quick Fix
        1. 4.1. The Quick Fix Window
          1. 4.1.1. The Quick Fix Toolbox
          2. 4.1.2. The Quick Fix Control Panel
          3. 4.1.3. Different Views: After vs. Before and After
        2. 4.2. Editing Your Photos
          1. 4.2.4. Fixing Red Eye
          2. 4.2.5. Smart Fix
          3. 4.2.6. Adjusting Lighting and Contrast
            1. 4.2.6.1. Levels
            2. 4.2.6.2. Contrast
            3. 4.2.6.3. Shadows and Highlights
          4. 4.2.7. Color
            1. 4.2.7.4. Auto Color
            2. 4.2.7.5. Using the Color sliders
          5. 4.2.8. Sharpening
          6. 4.2.9. Quick Fix Suggested Workflow
    5. II. Elemental Elements
      1. 5. Making Selections
        1. 5.1. Making Quick Selections
        2. 5.2. Selecting Rectangular and Elliptical Areas
        3. 5.3. Selecting Irregularly Sized Areas
          1. 5.3.1. Controlling the Selection Tools
          2. 5.3.2. The Magic Wand
          3. 5.3.3. The Lasso Tool
            1. 5.3.3.1. The basic Lasso tool
            2. 5.3.3.2. The Magnetic Lasso
            3. 5.3.3.3. The Polygonal Lasso
          4. 5.3.4. The Selection Brush
        4. 5.4. Changing and Moving Selections
          1. 5.4.5. Inverting a Selection
          2. 5.4.6. Making a Selection Larger or Smaller
          3. 5.4.7. Moving Selections
            1. 5.4.7.4. The Move tool
          4. 5.4.8. Saving Selections
            1. 5.4.8.5. Making changes to a saved selection
      2. 6. Layers: The Heart of Elements
        1. 6.1. Understanding Layers
          1. 6.1.1. The Layers Palette
          2. 6.1.2. The Background
        2. 6.2. Creating Layers
          1. 6.2.3. Adding a Layer
          2. 6.2.4. Deleting Layers
          3. 6.2.5. Duplicating a Layer
          4. 6.2.6. Copying and Cutting from Layers
        3. 6.3. Managing Layers
          1. 6.3.7. Making Layers Invisible
          2. 6.3.8. Adjusting Transparency
          3. 6.3.9. Locking Layers
          4. 6.3.10. Blend Mode
          5. 6.3.11. Rearranging Layers
          6. 6.3.12. Grouping and Linking Layers
            1. 6.3.12.1. Linking layers
            2. 6.3.12.2. Grouping layers
          7. 6.3.13. Merging and Flattening Layers
            1. 6.3.13.3. Merging layers
            2. 6.3.13.4. Flattening an image
          8. 6.3.14. Fill and Adjustment Layers
        4. 6.4. Adding Fill and Adjustment Layers
          1. 6.4.15. Layer Masks
        5. 6.5. Moving Layers Between Images
    6. III. Retouching
      1. 7. Basic Image Retouching
        1. 7.1. Fixing Exposure Problems
          1. 7.1.1. Deciding Which Exposure Fix to Use
          2. 7.1.2. Fixing Major Exposure Problems
          3. 7.1.3. The Shadows/Highlights Command
        2. 7.2. Controlling the Colors You See
          1. 7.2.4. Calibrating Your Monitor
            1. 7.2.4.1. Getting started with calibrating
          2. 7.2.5. Choosing a Color Space
        3. 7.3. Using Levels
          1. 7.3.6. Understanding the Histogram
          2. 7.3.7. Adjusting Levels: The Eyedropper Method
          3. 7.3.8. Adjusting Levels: The Slider Controls
        4. 7.4. Removing Unwanted Color
          1. 7.4.9.
            1. 7.4.9.2. Using the Color Cast tool
            2. 7.4.9.3. Using Color Variations
        5. 7.5. Choosing the Color You Want
          1. 7.5.10. The Color Picker
          2. 7.5.11. The Eyedropper Tool
          3. 7.5.12. The Color Swatches Palette
            1. 7.5.12.4. Saving colors in the Swatches palette
        6. 7.6. Sharpening Your Images
          1. 7.6.13. The Sharpen Filters
            1. 7.6.13.5. The Unsharp Mask
          2. 7.6.14. The High-Pass Filter
          3. 7.6.15. The Sharpen Tool
      2. 8. Elements for Digital Photographers
        1. 8.1. The RAW Converter
          1. 8.1.1. Using the RAW Converter
            1. 8.1.1.1. Adjusting the view
            2. 8.1.1.2. The RAW Converter's Settings menu
          2. 8.1.2. White Balance
          3. 8.1.3. Adjusting Exposure, Shadows, Brightness, and Contrast
          4. 8.1.4. Adjusting Saturation, Sharpness, and Noise
            1. 8.1.4.3. Choosing bit depth: 8 or 16 bits?
        2. 8.2. Photo Filter
        3. 8.3. Processing Multiple Files
          1. 8.3.5. Choose Your Files
          2. 8.3.6. File Renaming
          3. 8.3.7. Changing Image Size and File Type
          4. 8.3.8. Applying Quick Fix Commands
          5. 8.3.9. Attaching Labels
            1. 8.3.9.4. Watermarks
            2. 8.3.9.5. Adding captions
      3. 9. Retouching 102: Fine-Tuning Your Images
        1. 9.1. Fixing Blemishes
          1. 9.1.1. The Spot Healing Brush: Fixing Small Areas
          2. 9.1.2. The Healing Brush: Fixing Larger Areas
          3. 9.1.3. The Clone Stamp
        2. 9.2. Applying Patterns
          1. 9.2.4. The Healing Brush
          2. 9.2.5. The Pattern Stamp
        3. 9.3. Making Your Colors More Vibrant
          1. 9.3.6. Using the Hue/Saturation Dialog Box
          2. 9.3.7. Adjusting Saturation with the Sponge Tool
        4. 9.4. Changing the Color of an Object
          1. 9.4.8. Using an Adjustment Layer
          2. 9.4.9. Replacing Specific Colors
          3. 9.4.10. Using a Brush to Replace Colors
        5. 9.5. Making Color Photos Black and White
        6. 9.6. Creating Spot Color
          1. 9.6.11. Erasing Colors from a Duplicate Layer
          2. 9.6.12. Using Selections and the Remove Color Command
          3. 9.6.13. Using a Layer Mask and the Saturation Slider
            1. 9.6.13.1. Editing a layer mask
        7. 9.7. Colorizing a Black and White Photo
          1. 9.7.14. Tinting an Entire Photo
            1. 9.7.14.2. Using a Layer style
            2. 9.7.14.3. Using Colorize
        8. 9.8. Special Effects
      4. 10. Creating Panoramas and Transforming Images
        1. 10.1. Creating Panoramas
          1. 10.1.1. Selecting Files and Merging Them
          2. 10.1.2. Adjusting Your Photos
          3. 10.1.3. Fine-Tuning Your Panorama
          4. 10.1.4. Finishing Up: Creating Your Panorama
        2. 10.2. Transforming Images
          1. 10.2.5. Skew, Distort, Perspective
          2. 10.2.6. Free Transform
          3. 10.2.7. Barreling and Pinching
    7. IV. Artistic Elements
      1. 11. Drawing with Brushes, Shapes, and Other Tools
        1. 11.1. Picking and Using a Basic Brush
          1. 11.1.1. Modifying Your Brush
          2. 11.1.2. Saving Modified Brush Settings
        2. 11.2. The Specialty Brushes
          1. 11.2.3. Making a Custom Brush
        3. 11.3. The Impressionist Brush
        4. 11.4. The Pencil Tool
        5. 11.5. The Paint Bucket
        6. 11.6. Dodging and Burning
          1. 11.6.4. Dodging
          2. 11.6.5. Burning
        7. 11.7. Blending and Smudging
          1. 11.7.6. Blend Modes
          2. 11.7.7. The Smudge Tool
        8. 11.8. The Eraser Tool
          1. 11.8.8. Using the Eraser
          2. 11.8.9. The Magic Eraser
          3. 11.8.10. The Background Eraser
        9. 11.9. Drawing with Shapes
          1. 11.9.11. Rectangle and Rounded Rectangle
          2. 11.9.12. Ellipse
          3. 11.9.13. Polygon
          4. 11.9.14. Line Tool
          5. 11.9.15. The Custom Shape Tool
          6. 11.9.16. The Shape Selection Tool
        10. 11.10. The Cookie Cutter
      2. 12. Filters, Effects, Layer Styles, and Gradients
        1. 12.1. Using Filters
          1. 12.1.1. Applying Filters
            1. 12.1.1.1. Filter menu
            2. 12.1.1.2. Styles and Effects palette
            3. 12.1.1.3. Filter Gallery
          2. 12.1.2. Filter Categories
          3. 12.1.3. Useful Filter Solutions
            1. 12.1.3.4. Removing noise: getting rid of graininess
            2. 12.1.3.5. Adding noise: smoothing out repair jobs
            3. 12.1.3.6. Gaussian Blur: drawing attention to a foreground object
            4. 12.1.3.7. Radial Blur: producing a sense of motion
        2. 12.2. Adding Effects
          1. 12.2.4. Layer Styles
        3. 12.3. Applying Gradients
          1. 12.3.5. The Gradient Tool
            1. 12.3.5.8. Using the Gradient tool
          2. 12.3.6. Gradient Fill Layer
          3. 12.3.7. Editing a Gradient
            1. 12.3.7.9. Using the Gradient Editor
            2. 12.3.7.10. Transparency in gradients
            3. 12.3.7.11. Creating noise gradients
          4. 12.3.8. Saving Gradients
        4. 12.4. Gradient Maps
      3. 13. Type in Elements
        1. 13.1. Adding Type to an Image
          1. 13.1.1. Type Options
          2. 13.1.2. Creating Text
          3. 13.1.3. Editing Type
            1. 13.1.3.1. Smoothing type: antialiasing
        2. 13.2. Warping Type
          1. 13.2.4.
            1. 13.2.4.2. The Warp Text dialog box
        3. 13.3. Adding Special Effects
          1. 13.3.5. Text Effects
          2. 13.3.6. Type Gradients
          3. 13.3.7. Applying the Liquify Filter to Type
        4. 13.4. Type Masks: Setting an Image in Type
          1. 13.4.8. Using the Type Mask Tools
          2. 13.4.9. Creating Outlined Type
    8. V. Sharing Your Images
      1. 14. Printing Your Photos
        1. 14.1. Getting Ready to Print
        2. 14.2. Using a Photo Processing Service
          1. 14.2.1. Ordering Prints from Within Elements (Windows Only)
        3. 14.3. Printing from the Editor
          1. 14.3.2. Page Setup
          2. 14.3.3. Print Preview
            1. 14.3.3.1. More printing options—color management
        4. 14.4. Printing from the Organizer (Windows)
        5. 14.5. Printing Multiple Images (Windows)
          1. 14.5.4. Contact Sheets
          2. 14.5.5. Picture Package
          3. 14.5.6. Labels
        6. 14.6. Printing Multiple Images (Mac Only)
          1. 14.6.7. Contact Sheet II
          2. 14.6.8. Picture Package
            1. 14.6.8.2. Customizing the picture package
        7. 14.7. Creating Projects (Windows Only)
      2. 15. Elements and the Web
        1. 15.1. Image Formats and the Web
        2. 15.2. Saving Images for the Web or Email
          1. 15.2.1. Using Save for Web
            1. 15.2.1.1. Save for Web file format options
          2. 15.2.2. Previewing Images and Adjusting Color
        3. 15.3. Creating Animated GIFs
        4. 15.4. Emailing Your Photos
          1. 15.4.3. Emailing Images (for Macs)
          2. 15.4.4. Emailing Images (for Windows)
            1. 15.4.4.2. HTML mail options
            2. 15.4.4.3. PDF slideshows
        5. 15.5. Sending Photos to Other Gear (Windows)
      3. 16. Web Photo Galleries and Slideshows
        1. 16.1. Web Photo Galleries
          1. 16.1.1. Creating a Web Photo Gallery (in Windows)
          2. 16.1.2. Creating a Web Photo Gallery (on the Mac)
        2. 16.2. Slideshows
          1. 16.2.3. Creating Windows Slideshows
            1. 16.2.3.1. Simple PDF slideshow
            2. 16.2.3.2. Custom slideshow
            3. 16.2.3.3. Audio for slideshows
        3. 16.3. PDF Slideshows for the Mac
    9. VI. Additional Elements
      1. 17. Beyond the Basics
        1. 17.1. Graphics Tablets
        2. 17.2. Free Stuff from the Internet
        3. 17.3. Making Elements More Like Photoshop
          1. 17.3.1. When You Really Need Photoshop
        4. 17.4. Beyond This Book
    10. 7. Appendixes
      1. A. The Organizer, Menu by Menu
        1. A.1. File Menu
          1. A.1.1. Get Photos
          2. A.1.2. New
          3. A.1.3. Browse Folders in Editor
          4. A.1.4. Open Recently Edited File in Editor
          5. A.1.5. Open Creation
          6. A.1.6. Catalog
          7. A.1.7. Burn
          8. A.1.8. Backup
          9. A.1.9. Restore
          10. A.1.10. Duplicate
          11. A.1.11. Reconnect
          12. A.1.12. Watch Folders
          13. A.1.13. Rename
          14. A.1.14. Write Tag Info to Files
          15. A.1.15. Move
          16. A.1.16. Export
          17. A.1.17. Attach to E-Mail
          18. A.1.18. Page Setup
          19. A.1.19. Print
          20. A.1.20. Order Prints
          21. A.1.21. Exit
        2. A.2. Edit
          1. A.2.22. Undo
          2. A.2.23. Redo
          3. A.2.24. Copy
          4. A.2.25. Select All
          5. A.2.26. Deselect All
          6. A.2.27. Delete from Catalog
          7. A.2.28. Rotate 90° Left
          8. A.2.29. Rotate 90° Right
          9. A.2.30. Auto Smart Fix
          10. A.2.31. Edit 3GPP Movie
          11. A.2.32. Auto Fix Window
          12. A.2.33. Go to Quick Fix
          13. A.2.34. Go to Standard Edit
          14. A.2.35. Adjust Date and Time
          15. A.2.36. Add Caption
          16. A.2.37. Update Thumbnail
          17. A.2.38. Set as Desktop Wallpaper
          18. A.2.39. Stack
          19. A.2.40. Version Set
          20. A.2.41. Color Settings
          21. A.2.42. Contact Book
          22. A.2.43. Preferences
        3. A.3. Find
          1. A.3.44. Set Date Range
          2. A.3.45. Clear Date Range
          3. A.3.46. By Caption or Note
          4. A.3.47. By Filename
          5. A.3.48. By History
          6. A.3.49. By Media Type
          7. A.3.50. Items with Unknown Date and Time
          8. A.3.51. By Color Similarity with Selected Photo(s)
          9. A.3.52. Untagged Items
          10. A.3.53. Items Not in Any Collection
        4. A.4. View
          1. A.4.54. Photo Review
          2. A.4.55. Photo Compare
          3. A.4.56. Refresh
          4. A.4.57. Go To
          5. A.4.58. Arrangement
          6. A.4.59. Media Types
          7. A.4.60. Details
          8. A.4.61. Timeline
          9. A.4.62. Collapse All Tags
          10. A.4.63. Expand All Tags
          11. A.4.64. Collapse All Collections
          12. A.4.65. Expand All Collections
          13. A.4.66. Expand All Stacks
        5. A.5. Window
          1. A.5.67. Photo Browser
          2. A.5.68. Date View
          3. A.5.69. Organize Bin
          4. A.5.70. Tags
          5. A.5.71. Collections
          6. A.5.72. Properties
          7. A.5.73. Dock Properties in Organize Bin
          8. A.5.74. Welcome
        6. A.6. Help
          1. A.6.75. Help
          2. A.6.76. About Photoshop Elements
          3. A.6.77. Glossary of Terms
          4. A.6.78. Tutorials
          5. A.6.79. System Info
        7. A.7. Online Support
          1. A.7.80. Registration
          2. A.7.81. Photoshop Elements Online
      2. B. The Editor, Menu by Menu
        1. B.1. Photoshop Elements (Mac Only)
          1. B.1.1. About Photoshop Elements
          2. B.1.2. About Plug-In
          3. B.1.3. Color Settings
          4. B.1.4. Preferences
          5. B.1.5. Services
          6. B.1.6. Hide Photoshop Elements
          7. B.1.7. Hide Others
          8. B.1.8. Show All
          9. B.1.9. Quit Photoshop Elements
        2. B.2. File Menu (Windows and Mac)
          1. B.2.10. New
          2. B.2.11. Open
          3. B.2.12. Open As (Windows Only)
          4. B.2.13. Browse Folders
          5. B.2.14. Open Recently Edited File
          6. B.2.15. Duplicate
          7. B.2.16. Close
          8. B.2.17. Close All
          9. B.2.18. Save
          10. B.2.19. Save As
          11. B.2.20. Save for Web
          12. B.2.21. Attach to E-Mail
          13. B.2.22. Create Web Photo Gallery (Mac Only)
          14. B.2.23. File Info
          15. B.2.24. Place
          16. B.2.25. Organize Open Files (Windows Only)
          17. B.2.26. Process Multiple Files
          18. B.2.27. Import
          19. B.2.28. Export
          20. B.2.29. Automation Tools
          21. B.2.30. Page Setup
          22. B.2.31. Print
          23. B.2.32. Contact Sheet II (Mac Only)
          24. B.2.33. Picture Package (Mac Only)
          25. B.2.34. Print Multiple Photos (Windows Only)
          26. B.2.35. Order Prints (Windows Only)
          27. B.2.36. Exit (Windows Only)
        3. B.3. Edit Menu
          1. B.3.37. Undo
          2. B.3.38. Redo
          3. B.3.39. Revert to Saved
          4. B.3.40. Cut
          5. B.3.41. Copy
          6. B.3.42. Copy Merged
          7. B.3.43. Paste
          8. B.3.44. Paste Into Selection
          9. B.3.45. Delete
          10. B.3.46. Fill, Fill Layer, Fill Selection
          11. B.3.47. Stroke (Outline) Selection
          12. B.3.48. Define Brush, Define Brush from Selection
          13. B.3.49. Define Pattern, Define Pattern from Selection
          14. B.3.50. Clear
          15. B.3.51. Color Settings (Windows Only)
          16. B.3.52. File Association (Windows Only)
          17. B.3.53. Preset Manager
          18. B.3.54. Preferences (Windows Only)
        4. B.4. Image
          1. B.4.55. Rotate
          2. B.4.56. Transform
          3. B.4.57. Crop
          4. B.4.58. Divide Scanned Photos
          5. B.4.59. Resize
          6. B.4.60. Mode
        5. B.5. Enhance
          1. B.5.61. Auto Smart Fix
          2. B.5.62. Auto Levels
          3. B.5.63. Auto Contrast
          4. B.5.64. Auto Color Correction
          5. B.5.65. Adjust Smart Fix
          6. B.5.66. Adjust Lighting
          7. B.5.67. Adjust Color
        6. B.6. Layer
          1. B.6.68. New
          2. B.6.69. Duplicate Layer
          3. B.6.70. Delete Layer
          4. B.6.71. Rename Layer
          5. B.6.72. Layer Style
          6. B.6.73. New Fill Layer
          7. B.6.74. New Adjustment Layer
          8. B.6.75. Change Layer Content
          9. B.6.76. Layer Content Options
          10. B.6.77. Type
          11. B.6.78. Simplify
          12. B.6.79. Group with Previous
          13. B.6.80. Ungroup
          14. B.6.81. Arrange
          15. B.6.82. Merge Layers
          16. B.6.83. Merge Visible
          17. B.6.84. Flatten Image
        7. B.7. Select
          1. B.7.85. All
          2. B.7.86. Deselect
          3. B.7.87. Reselect
          4. B.7.88. Inverse
          5. B.7.89. Feather
          6. B.7.90. Modify
          7. B.7.91. Grow
          8. B.7.92. Similar
          9. B.7.93. Load Selection
          10. B.7.94. Save Selection
          11. B.7.95. Delete Selection
          12. B.7.96. Filter
          13. B.7.97. Reapply Last Filter
          14. B.7.98. Filter Gallery
          15. B.7.99. Adjustments
          16. B.7.100. Artistic
          17. B.7.101. Blur
          18. B.7.102. Brush Stroke
          19. B.7.103. Distort
          20. B.7.104. Noise
          21. B.7.105. Pixelate
          22. B.7.106. Render
          23. B.7.107. Sharpen
          24. B.7.108. Sketch
          25. B.7.109. Stylize
          26. B.7.110. Texture
          27. B.7.111. Video
          28. B.7.112. Other
          29. B.7.113. Digimarc
        8. B.8. View
          1. B.8.114. New Window for…
          2. B.8.115. Zoom In
          3. B.8.116. Zoom Out
          4. B.8.117. Fit on Screen
          5. B.8.118. Actual Pixels
          6. B.8.119. Print Size
          7. B.8.120. Selection
          8. B.8.121. Rulers
          9. B.8.122. Grid
          10. B.8.123. Annotations
          11. B.8.124. Snap to Grid
        9. B.9. Window
          1. B.9.125. Images
          2. B.9.126. Tools
          3. B.9.127. Tool Options (Mac Only)
          4. B.9.128. Color Swatches
          5. B.9.129. Histogram
          6. B.9.130. How To
          7. B.9.131. Info
          8. B.9.132. Layers
          9. B.9.133. Navigator
          10. B.9.134. Styles and Effects
          11. B.9.135. Undo History
          12. B.9.136. Palette Bin
          13. B.9.137. Reset Palette Locations
          14. B.9.138. File Browser
          15. B.9.139. Welcome
          16. B.9.140. Photo Bin
          17. B.9.141. Image Windows
        10. B.10. Help
          1. B.10.142. Help
          2. B.10.143. About Photoshop Elements (Windows Only)
          3. B.10.144. About Plug-In (Windows Only)
          4. B.10.145. Glossary of Terms
          5. B.10.146. Tutorials
          6. B.10.147. System Info
          7. B.10.148. Online Support
          8. B.10.149. Registration
          9. B.10.150. Photoshop Elements Online
      3. C. Installation and Troubleshooting
        1. C.1. Installing Elements
          1. C.1.1. Installing on Windows XP
          2. C.1.2. Installing on Mac OS X
          3. C.1.3. Registration
          4. C.1.4. Scratch Disks
        2. C.2. Troubleshooting
    11. Colophon