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Photoshop® Elements 7 for Dummies® by Ted Padova, Barbara Obermeier

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Chapter 15. Showing It Onscreen

In This Chapter

  • Understanding packaging options

  • Outputting to a slide show

  • Burning CDs and DVDs

  • Creating files for Web viewing

  • Photo and blog sites

  • Flipping photos

Elements is a great packaging tool that you can use to deploy your photos and projects for screen viewing. And that's not just your computer monitor. You can edit photos or assemble creations that are exported for Web viewing, too, and you can even prepare files to show on your television.

In Chapter 3, you can find out about resolutions and color modes. The output requirements for printing files, which we cover in Chapter 14, are much different from what you use for screen viewing.

Showing It Onscreen

In this chapter, we cover the options for Web and screen viewing that get you started with basics, including saving images for the Web (or for screen viewing), setting up a slide show, and burning your images on CDs or DVDs.

Getting Familiar with the Elements Sharing and Printing Options

Before we delve into telling you how to make creations for screen viewing, you should be familiar with your available options for not only screen images, but also sharing and printing. When you open the Organizer and look at the Panels Bin, you see two tabs on the right side at the top of the bin for Create and Share. The Create and Share panels are available in the Organizer and both Full Edit and Quick Edit modes. Options available to ...

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