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Community Beginner ,
Aug 16, 2019

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I've recently upgraded to PSE 2019.  My questions is can I set this up to load the Editor without having to go to the Workspace?  I used to be able to in older versions and I don't use the Organizer at all.

Hi Steven,

You can bypass the Organizer in Photoshop Elements 2019, please have a look at this video and see if it helps: PSE2019 Welcome Screen ByPass - YouTube

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Sahil

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Start with Editor

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I've recently upgraded to PSE 2019.  My questions is can I set this up to load the Editor without having to go to the Workspace?  I used to be able to in older versions and I don't use the Organizer at all.

Hi Steven,

You can bypass the Organizer in Photoshop Elements 2019, please have a look at this video and see if it helps: PSE2019 Welcome Screen ByPass - YouTube

Regards,
Sahil

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Hi Steven,

You can bypass the Organizer in Photoshop Elements 2019, please have a look at this video and see if it helps: PSE2019 Welcome Screen ByPass - YouTube

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Sahil

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When the Editor is running you can also right-click on its icon on the taskbar and choose pin to taskbar. It’s then possible to launch in future with a single click from the taskbar.

On mac right-click (control-click) on the Editor doc icon and choose Options >> Keep in dock.

It’s not possible to set up separate shortcuts for the PSE 2019 product purchased from the Microsoft Store.

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Community Beginner ,
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Thanks for your reply, this does work.  The Video in the other reply also works.

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Aug 17, 2019

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Hi Steven,

I also recently upgraded my Windows PC to PSE 2019 and had the same question about starting with the Editor instead of the Home screen. I used the method shown in the video.

An added benefit to having an Editor shortcut on your desktop is that you can drag and drop a photo file onto the Editor shortcut on the desktop and the photo will open in the Editor. You can't do this if it's pinned to the taskbar. Try it, it's a handy feature!

Walter in Davie, FL

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Thanks that's what I'm using too, didn't think to drag and drop, very cool.  Thanks for sharing.

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