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New old guy need help 2020 Elements

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May 31, 2020

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I have succeeded in bringing my photo folder (200 photos) into Organizer from a folder on my IMac hard drive  I can see the thumbnails (in organizer)  

Firstly I would like to see the photos (one at a time) in a larger format so I can remove the photos that I don't to keeep.  I want to be able to improve them in the Editor... I can't seem to find out how I can make them appear in Editor.  

I am using Elements 2020, on an IMac

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New old guy need help 2020 Elements

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I have succeeded in bringing my photo folder (200 photos) into Organizer from a folder on my IMac hard drive  I can see the thumbnails (in organizer)  

Firstly I would like to see the photos (one at a time) in a larger format so I can remove the photos that I don't to keeep.  I want to be able to improve them in the Editor... I can't seem to find out how I can make them appear in Editor.  

I am using Elements 2020, on an IMac

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First, I know nothing about Macs.

On Windows, if you double-click on an image, it will appear in Single Image View.  In other words, only one image is visible on the screen.   You should also have a Zoom slider that adjusts the size of images in the grid.

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To open a file in the Editor, you can select the file and

  • click on the Editor button in the lower tool bar, or
  • right-click and choose Edit with Photoshop Elements Editor from the context menu, or
  • use a keyboard shortcut which on a Mac should be Cmd+I.

 

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