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The Photoshop® CS Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby

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Searching for Photos by Adding Keywords

Right next to the Metadata palette is the Keywords palette. Keywords are new in Photoshop CS, and they are more important than they appear because this is what enables you to search for photos by topic. Basically, you assign a descriptive keyword to a photo (for example, you could assign the word Sunsets to all your sunset photos), then when you need a sunset shot, you’re not opening hundreds of photos—you just do a quick search and all your sunset photos appear in seconds.

Step One.
Go to the bottom left side of the File Browser and click on the Keywords tab to make the Keywords palette visible (shown here). You’ll see a list of default keywords put there by Adobe that are segmented into folders. If ...

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