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

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Albums: It’s How You Put Photos in Order One by One

Once you’ve tagged all your photos, you may want to create a collection of just the best photos (the ones you’ll show to your friends, family, or clients). You do that by creating an “album” (which used to be called a collection in earlier versions of Elements). An advantage of albums is that once photos are in an album, you can put the photos in the order you want them to appear (you can’t do that with tags). This is especially important when you start creating your own slide shows and Web galleries.

Step One:

To create an album, go to the Albums palette on the top-right side of the Organizer (it’s above the Keyword Tags palette we just looked at). You create a new album by clicking on the ...

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