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

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Finding Photos Using the Date View

Okay, I have to admit, this particular feature is probably going to be your least-used Organizer feature because it seems so...I dunno...cheesy (for lack of a better word). When you use it, you see a huge calendar, and if photos were created on a particular day in the currently visible month, you’ll see a small thumbnail of one of those images on that date. Personally, when I see this view, I feel like I’ve just left a professional-looking application and entered a “consumer” application, so I avoid it like the plague, but just in case you dig it (hey, it’s possible), here’s how it works:

Step One:

To enter the Date View in the Organizer, click the Display button on the right side of the Organizer’s menu bar. ...

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