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

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Finding Photos

Aside from actually doing things to fix your photos, finding them will be the most common task you do in Elements. If you’ve tagged them, then it’s easy to find groups of photos. But finding just one photo can be a little harder (not really too hard, though). You first have to narrow the number of photos to a small group. Then you’ll look through that group until you find the one you want. I know, it sounds complicated but it’s really not. Here are the most popular searching methods:

From the Timeline:

We saw this one earlier. The Timeline (from the Window menu, choose Time-line to see it), which is a horizontal bar across the top of the Media Browser, shows you all the photos in your catalog. Months and years are represented along ...

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