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Mar 10, 2020

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I am very new to Elements. Is there a way I can delete all the pictures I have installed and start over? I did everything wrong the first time I started the program. I tried to contact adobe help but they couldn't help me.

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Mar 10, 2020

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I don't use the organizer, so I'll suggest the nuclear option:

Uninstall and reinstall.

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I just did that and when I started the program all my previous folders was still there 😕 

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Mar 10, 2020

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Fortunately, the program is designed so that you don't lose any data when you uninstall/reinstall.  😉

To answer your specific question, perhaps the easiest way to "start over" is to simply create a new catalog.  Go to File>Manage Catalogs, click on New and type in a name for your new catalog.  The new catalog name will appear in the lower box.  Select it and click the Open button.

 

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However, before you do that, why don't you tell us a little more about the problem you think you ran into.  Perhaps we can give you a different suggestion or strategy.

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