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

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Tagging Multiple Photos

Okay, if you had to tag any more than a few photos, you’ve probably realized that dragging-and-dropping the tag onto each photo is a pain in the neck. If you had a whole photo shoot, that process would take forever and you’d probably be getting ready to send Adobe (or us for even showing you this feature) a nasty email. You’ll be happy to know there are faster ways than this one-tag-at-a-time method. For example...

Step One:

To tag all the photos from your shoot at the same time, try this: First, click on any photo from the shoot. Then press-and-hold the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key and click on other photos from that particular shoot. As you click on them, they’ll become selected (the area around each selected photo will appear ...

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