Re-editing RAW file in Elements

New Here ,
Apr 02, 2020 Apr 02, 2020

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I have edited my RAW image and saved the resulting JPG.  Now I want to do different edits to the original RAW, but I don't see it in Organizer; I just see the edited JPG.  How can I get back to the RAW file?

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 02, 2020 Apr 02, 2020
Probably, you don't see the original raw because it's hidden in a version set under the last vertion (like with stacks). Just switch from the 'adaptative grid' view to the usual 'detailed view: shortcut Ctrl D. Click on the small triangle on the right of the thumbnail to show the components of the version set.

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Probably, you don't see the original raw because it's hidden in a version set under the last vertion (like with stacks).

Just switch from the 'adaptative grid' view to the usual 'detailed view: shortcut Ctrl D. Click on the small triangle on the right of the thumbnail to show the components of the version set.

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Thanks, this helps.  Also, after I posted the question, I figured out how to get access directly from the editor.  Just learning to find my way around the program.

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