Absolute Beginner's Guide to Photoshop Elements 2

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Que Publishing, Oct 24, 2002 - Computers - 432 pages
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New to Photoshop Elements? Learn everything you need to know to make your pictures perfect with Absolute Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements 2. The book covers all aspects of the software (including the new features "borrowed" from the new Photoshop 7), offering you quick and easy explanations on controlling the software for the results you want. Photoshop Elements provides easy access to powerful editing tools and connects users to online output services as well as options for Web and print output. Absolute Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements 2 shows the beginning user how to maximize all these features and more!


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Photoshop Elements Setup
1 Navigating the Work Area
2 Customizing Adobe Photoshop Elements
3 Acquiring Images from Scanners and Digital Cameras
8 Tonal Range and Color Correction
9 Applying Filters and Effects
10 Working with Layers and Layer Styles
11 Adding Text and Shapes to Images
12 Repairing Images
13 Experimenting with Composite Images
Designing Complex Images
14 Creating Complex Images

Opening Saving and Printing Images
4 Creating Opening and Converting Images
5 Saving and Sharing Files
6 Printing Images
Correcting and Combining Images
7 Photoshop Elements and Color
15 Animating Images
16 Stitching Together a Panorama
17 Creating a Slideshow and Web Photo Gallery

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Lisa Lee is the author of several best-selling computer books on topics ranging from Macintosh computers to Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. She also has written more than 1,000 tutorials about all kinds of consumer hardware products, operating systems, and applications.

When she's not writing, she is an amateur photographer and artist. Visit her Web site at http://www.flatfishfactory.com to check out her latest projects.

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