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Photoshop Elements 13 All-in-One For Dummies by Barbara Obermeier

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Chapter 2

Viewing, Searching, and Sorting Images

In This Chapter

arrow Working with catalogs

arrow Locating and viewing images

arrow Searching image metadata, content, and more

arrow Hiding and stacking files

When you add files to the Organizer, you have many options for viewing, searching, and sorting your images. As your photo collection grows over time, these tools can help you sift through your images to find ones that meet specific criteria, whether they are images associated with a certain location or images of a friend or family member through the years.

This chapter covers the many types of viewing and searching options you have when working in the Organizer. In Chapter 3 of this minibook, you find out how to add tags, create albums, and use other organization tools that often work hand in hand with the viewing and searching features we explain in this chapter.

Cataloging Files

When you add files in the Organizer, they’re contained within a catalog. You can have a single catalog showing thumbnail images of your media or several catalogs that contain media organized according to the events, time ...

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