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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Tagging Your Photos (with Keyword Tags)

Although finding your photos by month and year is fairly handy, the real power of the Organizer appears when you assign tags (keywords) to your photos. This simple step makes finding the exact photos you want very fast and very easy. The first step is to decide whether you can use the pre-made tags that Adobe puts there for you or whether you need to create your own. In this situation, you’re going to create your own custom tags.

Step One:

Start by finding the Keyword Tags palette in the Organizer (it’s on the right side of the window on the Organize tab in the Task pane). Adobe’s default set of keyword tag categories will appear in a vertical list. Now, there are a few different ways to tag photos, so ...

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