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Open Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview             To open images in Photoshop Elements, select “File| Open…” from the Menu Bar. Doing that then launches the “Open” dialog box. Use this system dialog box to navigate to the folder in your computer’s file system within which to look for image files.             Once inside the folder

The Sponge Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview             You use the Sponge Tool in Photoshop Elements to make subtle changes to the color saturation of an area. To use the Sponge Tool in Photoshop Elements, select that button from the Toolbox and Tool Options Bar. Note that the Sponge Tool shares the same button in the

The Stroke Command in Photoshop Elements: Overview             The Stroke command in Photoshop Elements lets you paint a colored border around a selection or layer in Elements. This applies an outline to your image selection or selected layer in Photoshop Elements. To perform the Stroke command in Photoshop Elements, first

Rename Photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements: Overview             You can rename photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements. An important part of organizing media files is giving the files names that easily let you find them when needed. You should rename files to give them a unique name that easily shows their content.

Guided Edit Mode in Photoshop Elements: Overview             Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements lets you make basic choices and have the program do the work for you. To use Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, click “Guided” in the Shortcuts Bar.             Within Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, select the image to use.

Adjust Skin Tone in Photoshop Elements: Overview             You can adjust skin tone in Photoshop Elements within images. A variety of factors in photography can cause poor-looking skin tones in your subjects. Elements provides the “Adjust for Skin Tone” command that attempts to restore human skin tones to a more natural look.             You can

Duplicate a Layer in Photoshop Elements: Overview             You can quickly duplicate a layer in Photoshop Elements. Doing this then creates another copy of the layer’s content in the same image or within a different image file. You can also duplicate a layer within an image file that has a different pixel resolution. However, doing

Blur or Sharpen Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview             This lesson shows you how to blur or sharpen images in Photoshop Elements. The Blur Tool lets you soften hard edges and reduce fine detail in an image. The Blur Tool shares the same location as the Smudge Tool in the Toolbox within Photoshop Elements. Contrary

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