file size is too large

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Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022

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I looked at having an account on Society6. They have certain required pixel dimensions to post artwork. I tried to make a blank 7200 x 10800 image to post one of my normal images onto, so I could add it to Society6. The problem is that Photoshop Elements organizer will not show the new blank image, so I can't do anything more.  Is there something I can do about this?  I'm using Windows 10 PC.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022
See this article which tells you how to override the size limitation in the Organizer.

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Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022

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See this article which tells you how to override the size limitation in the Organizer.

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Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022

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thank you, Greg. I read the article and would not even dare to try to do anything!!!   I don't know what I will decide to do, but I know I'm not going to try to over ride anything and ruin my computer.  Me, yes, that would happen.

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Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022

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You should be able to open the file in Editor to edit it. You just won't see the thumbnail in Organizer.

 

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You should be able to open the file in Editor to edit it. You just won't see the thumbnail in Organizer.

 


By @Walter_H

Yes, but if you want to see a thumbnail, there is another way.

You open that big file, you resize it very small so that it fits in your display and you save it in the organizer 'as a version set' or in a stack. The small version will be the 'top' of the stack/version set and your untouched original will be accessible by expanding the stack or version set.

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Feb 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022

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I can't use an "untouched original". So, can I edit the large file and when I'm done making my creation, make a copy of it and resize the copy and save as a version set on top of the original?

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I can't use an "untouched original". So, can I edit the large file and when I'm done making my creation, make a copy of it and resize the copy and save as a version set on top of the original?


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Yes.

 

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