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

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Finding Photos Fast by Their Month & Year

By default, the Organizer sorts your photos by date and time, with the most recent photos appearing at the top. You know and I know that it’s hard to always remember when you took some of your favorite photos, though. With the Timeline, you can at least get pretty close. Let’s say you’re trying to find photos from a photo shoot you did around Thanksgiving last year. You may not remember exactly whether it was November or December, but by moving a slider you can hone in and find them really fast.

Step One:

First things first. You need to display the Timeline to use it. Go under the Window menu and choose Timeline (or just press Ctrl-L [Mac: Command-L]). It’ll appear right above the Media Browser. We’re ...

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