Now that you've learned just about everything you need to know about making your photos look good, it's time to think about how you'll output them. Photoshop Elements 8 gives you a wide variety of options for outputting finished photos — ranging from print and e-mail, to amazing slideshows. In this chapter I introduce you to many of these features so that you know what your options are when it's time to share your work with the world.
Before you get to some of the more recent sharing options, take a moment to learn about the most traditional form of sharing — printing. In Photoshop Elements (PSE) you can print from the Editor or the Organizer, making it easy to create a variety of print layouts.
To print a photo from the Editor, open the file and choose File
Keep in mind that any printing options that are Organizer specific are not available in the Mac version of PSE 8. Also note that some features in the Organizer don't appear if you don't have Elements Premier installed.
When the Print dialog opens, all photos currently in the Editor are displayed in the vertical strip on the left. Be aware that each of these photos will be printed when you click the Print button. If you want to remove a particular photo from the list, select the photo and click the Remove button at the bottom of the list.