open jpg files in organizer

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Apr 25, 2021 Apr 25, 2021

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I shot ARW and JPG files and uploaded them to Organizer. I can see the ARW files but not the JPGs. I see the stack icon in the upper right corner of the ARW files. How can I open the JPGs to edit them?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 25, 2021 Apr 25, 2021
Make sure you are in Details view (Press Ctrl+D).  Your raw+jpeg stacks will then show a small arrow at the side.  Click on the arrow and the stack will open.  You can then select the jpeg and edit it in the Organizer with the Instant Fix editor or in the main Photoshop Elements Editor, using the Ctrl+I keyboard shortcut. But why do you want to edit the jpeg rather than the raw file?

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Apr 25, 2021 Apr 25, 2021

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Make sure you are in Details view (Press Ctrl+D).  Your raw+jpeg stacks will then show a small arrow at the side.  Click on the arrow and the stack will open.  You can then select the jpeg and edit it in the Organizer with the Instant Fix editor or in the main Photoshop Elements Editor, using the Ctrl+I keyboard shortcut.

 

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But why do you want to edit the jpeg rather than the raw file?

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Thanks, Greg. Just throwing together some lo-res samples.

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