Most of the color management decisions in Elements come later, in the printing process (well, if you actually print your photos), but even if you’re not printing, there is one color management decision you need to make now. Luckily, it’s a really easy one (and one you might have already made if you read Chapter 4).
In the Elements Editor, go under the Edit menu and choose Color Settings (or just press Ctrl-Shift-K [Mac: Command-Shift-K]).
This brings up the Color Settings dialog. By default, Elements is set to Always Optimize Colors for Computer Screens, which uses the sRGB color space. However, ...