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  1. Photoshop Elements User Guide
  2. Introduction to Photoshop Elements
    1. What's new in Photoshop Elements
    2. System requirements | Photoshop Elements
    3. Workspace basics
    4. Guided mode
    5. Making photo projects
  3. Workspace and environment
    1. Get to know the Home screen
    2. Workspace basics
    3. Preferences
    4. Tools
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    6. Open files
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    5. Adjust shadows and light
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    11. Using actions to process photos
    12. Photomerge Compose
    13. Create a panorama
    14. Moving Overlays
    15. Moving Elements
  5. Adding shapes and text
    1. Add text
    2. Edit text
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    4. Editing shapes
    5. Painting overview
    6. Painting tools
    7. Set up brushes
    8. Patterns
    9. Fills and strokes
    10. Gradients
    11. Work with Asian type
  6. Quick Actions
  7. Guided edits, effects, and filters
    1. Guided mode
    2. Filters
    3. Guided mode Photomerge edits
    4. Guided mode Basic edits
    5. Adjustment filters
    6. Effects
    7. Guided mode Fun edits
    8. Guided mode Special edits
    9. Artistic filters
    10. Guided mode Color edits
    11. Guided mode Black & White edits
    12. Blur filters
    13. Brush Stroke filters
    14. Distort filters
    15. Other filters
    16. Noise filters
    17. Render filters
    18. Sketch filters
    19. Stylize filters
    20. Texture filters
    21. Pixelate filters
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    1. Understanding color
    2. Set up color management
    3. Color and tonal correction basics
    4. Choose colors
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    7. Using image modes and color tables
    8. Color and camera raw
  9. Working with selections
    1. Make selections in Photoshop Elements
    2. Saving selections
    3. Modifying selections
    4. Move and copy selections
    5. Edit and refine selections
    6. Smooth selection edges with anti-aliasing and feathering
  10. Working with layers
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    5. Clipping masks
    6. Layer masks
    7. Layer styles
    8. Opacity and blending modes
  11. Creating photo projects
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    3. Editing photo projects
    4. Creating Photo Reels
  12. Saving, printing, and sharing photos
    1. Save images
    2. Printing photos
    3. Share photos online
    4. Optimizing images
    5. Optimizing images for the JPEG format
    6. Dithering in web images
    7. Guided Edits - Share panel
    8. Previewing web images
    9. Use transparency and mattes
    10. Optimizing images for the GIF or PNG-8 format
    11. Optimizing images for the PNG-24 format
  13. Keyboard shortcuts
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    9. Keys for the Color Swatches panel
    10. Keys for the Camera Raw dialog box
    11. Keys for the Filter Gallery
    12. Keys for using blending modes
    13. Keys for viewing images (expertmode)

The Guided mode provides you with guided edits - a wizard-like interface to accomplish certain predefined effects. Each guided edit has an associated image. As you move the mouse horizontally over the image, the portion to the left of the slider displays the image before the effect is applied. The portion to the right of the slider displays the image after the effect is applied.

Add Text guided edit

Introduced in Photoshop Elements 2024

Create stylized text for shareworthy posts using the ADD TEXT guided edit. Align text horizontally, vertically, or on a path or a shape. Warp it and style it with gradients and patterns. 

Add stylized text using Add Text guided edit.
Add stylized text using Add Text guided edit.
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Create stylized texts for your posts in Photoshop Elements.

Follow these steps to use this guided edit:

  1. Do one of the following:

    • Open a photo in Photoshop Elements.
    • Select a photo from the Photo Bin.
  2. Select Guided mode > Basics > ADD TEXT.

  3. From the right panel, select one of the following Type tools:

    • Horizontal Type Tool - Allows you to enter the text horizontally
    • Vertical Type Tool - Allows you to enter the text vertically
    • Text on Selection Tool - Allows you to perform quick selection to enter the text around the boundary of the quick selection
    • Text on Shape Tool - Allows you to enter the desired text around the boundary of a custom shape drawn over the image
    • Text on Path Tool - Allows you to enter the desired text around the boundary of a custom path drawn over the image

    Learn more about the technique of using the Advanced Type Tools

    Explore different types of Type Tool available for Add Text guided edit.
    Explore different types of Type Tool available for Add Text guided edit.

    ملاحظة:

    You can explore various formatting options, such as fonts, font styles, sizes, colors, leading, tracking, and text alignment, available within the Tool Options panel. 

  4. Warp text by selecting the Create warped text   icon from the action bar and further customize the text by setting the desired Style, Bend, Horizontal Distortion, and Vertical Distortion from the Warp Text dialog box.

    ملاحظة:

    Learn more on how to warp text.

  5. Add a text style consisting of shadow, bevel, and stroke. 

    Add style to your text using various styling options.
    Add style to your text using various styling options.

    ملاحظة:

    You can further customize the text style in the Style Settings panel basis your specific requirements by selecting the Advanced button. 

  6. Add Gradient or Pattern to your text to make it more appealing. 

    Add gradient to your text.
    Add gradient to your text.

    Add pattern to your text.
    Add pattern to your text.

  7. After you get the desired result, select Next to choose how you would like to proceed:

    • Save - Save/Save As: Preserve the newly-created photo with stylized text in any of the available formats.
    • Continue editing - In Quick/Advanced mode: Select where you would like to continue working on the photo with stylized text - In Quick mode or Advanced mode.
    • Share - Flickr: Select to place your photo with stylized text online through one of the social or sharing services available in Photoshop Elements.

Advanced Type Tools

Use the Text on Selection tool

Allows you to perform quick selection to enter the text around the boundary of the quick selection.

Follow these steps to use the Text on Selection tool:

  1. Select the Text on Selection   type tool.

  2. Drag the cursor over the photo to select the area where you would like to add the text.

    ملاحظة:

    Use square brackets [ ] to increase and decrease the size of the selection tool.

  3. Select the Commit current operation    button to confirm the selection. 

  4. Hover the mouse pointer over the boundary of the selected area until the Text on Selection type tool   icon changes to the Type tool   icon, and click over the boundary to get the reference text over the selected area. Start typing to add the desired text. You can further modify the reference text basis your requirements.

  5. Select the Commit current operation   button to save the text and the Cancel current operation   button to undo the changes.

Use the Text on Shape Tool

Allows you to enter the desired text around the boundary of a custom shape drawn over the image.

Follow these steps to use the Text on Shape tool:

  1. Select the Text on Shape   type tool. 

  2. Within the Tool Options, select the desired custom shape that you’d like to use to add the text. Drag the cursor on the image to create the shape.

    Select the desired shape from the Tool Options panel.
    Select the desired shape from the Tool Options panel.

  3. Hover the mouse pointer over the boundary of the selected shape until the Text on Shape type tool   icon changes to the Type tool   icon, and click over the boundary of the chosen shape to get the reference text over the selected shape. Start typing to add the desired text. You can further modify the reference text basis your requirements.

  4. Select the Commit current operation   button to save the text and the Cancel current operation   button to undo the changes.

Use the Text on Path tool

Allows you to enter the desired text around the boundary of a custom path drawn over the image.

Follow these steps to use the Text on Path tool:

  1. Select the Text on Path   type tool. 

  2. Draw the path on the photo over which you’d like to add the text.

  3. Select the Commit current operation   button to confirm the path.

  4. Hover the mouse pointer over the drawn path until the Text on Path type tool   icon changes to the Type tool  icon, and click over the boundary of the path to get the reference text over the selected area. Start typing to add the desired text. You can further modify the reference text basis your requirements.

  5. Select the Commit current operation    button to save the text and the Cancel current operation   button to undo the changes.

Move & Scale Object guided edit

Introduced in Photoshop Elements 2021

MOVE & SCALE OBJECT guided edit enables you to select an object and change its position, size, and more—so that you can make your creation look exactly how you want. 

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Move & Scale - Before
Move & Scale - After

Object Removal guided edit

The OBJECT REMOVAL guided edit enables you to remove unwanted content from your photos.

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Here's how:

  1. Do one of the following:

    • Open a photo in Photoshop Elements.
    • Select a photo from the Photo Bin.
  2. Select Guided mode > Basics > OBJECT REMOVAL.

  3. From the right panel, select one of the following Selection tools:

    Brush - Use the Selection Brush tool to paint over the object you want to remove. You can adjust the size of the brush using the Brush Size slider.

    Lasso - Use the Lasso tool to draw a free-form selection around the object that you want to remove.

    Auto - Use the Auto Selection tool to automatically create a selection when you draw a shape around the object you want to remove.

    Quick - Use the Quick Selection tool to make a selection based on edges when you select or select-drag the object you want to remove. You can adjust the size of the Quick Selection tool using the Brush Size slider.

  4. Select the following buttons to edit your selection:

    • Add helps you to add more of the photo to your selection.
    • Subtract helps you to erase or remove a part of the selection.
  5. Select Remove Object to remove the selected object in your photo.

  6. (Optional) To fine-tune your result, select one of the following options:

    • Spot Healing Brush - Use this option to edit a small area. Just select or drag this tool over the areas you want to remove. You can change the size of the brush with the Brush Size slider. For best results, use a small brush size.
    • Clone Stamp Tool - Use this option to edit a large area. Once you choose this tool, hover over the part of the photo you want to cover the object with and press Alt+click (Windows)/Option+click (macOS). Select and drag the tool over the object. You can adjust the size of the brush with the Brush Size slider.
  7. After you get the desired result, select Next and choose how you'd like to proceed:

    • Save or Save As to preserve the newly created photo in any of the available formats.
    • Continue editing in Quick or Advanced mode.
    • Share to Flickr or Twitter.

Brightness And Contrast Guided Edit  

Use the BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST guided edit to adjust brightness or contrast in an image.

You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more about the technique of Adjusting shadows and light.

Correct Skin Tone Guided Edit

Use the CORRECT SKIN TONE guided edit to correct skin tones (tan, blush, and light) in an image.

You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more about the technique to Adjust the color of skin tone.

Crop Photo Guided Edit

Use the CROP PHOTO guided edit to crop an image.

You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more on how to perform the Cropping operation.

Levels Guided Edit

Lighten and Darken Guided Edit

Use the LIGHTEN AND DARKEN guided edit to lighten or darken an image.

You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more about the technique of Adjusting shadows and light.

Resize Guided Edit

Use the RESIZE YOUR PHOTO guided edit to quickly create a version of your photograph to meet specific size requirements - pixels, inches, or bytes.

  1. Select a photo from the Photo Bin, and select Guided > Basics > RESIZE YOUR PHOTO guided edit.

  2. Identify the purpose of the resized photo. Choose whether you want to use it online or create a printed copy.

    Web output: Select a size option from the drop-down.  

    • Long Edge: Specify a width for the image. The height is automatically adjusted to maintain the aspect ratio.
    • Short Edge: Specify a height for the image. The width is automatically adjusted to maintain the aspect ratio.
    • Width and Height: Specify a custom width and height. A portion of the image is highlighted with a crop window. Use the mouse to drag the crop window across the photo to select what portion will be saved.
    • File Size: Specify the maximum size in kilobytes. The output created is of a file size smaller than the number you specified.

    Print output: Select a dimension option from the drop-down.

    • Long Edge: Specify a width for the image. The height is automatically adjusted to maintain the aspect ratio.
    • Short Edge: Specify a height for the image. The width is automatically adjusted to maintain the aspect ratio.
    • Width and Height: Specify a custom width and height and select Preview/Apply. A portion of the image is highlighted with a crop window. Use the mouse to drag the crop window across the photo to select what portion will be saved. If you select the Shrink to Fit checkbox, the entire image is shrunk to fit one of the two dimensions (this may result in white edges at the top/bottom or left/right edges of the photo).
    • Predefined sizes (for example, 4 x 6): Choose from the available sizes and select Preview/Apply. A portion of the image is highlighted with a crop window. Use the mouse to drag the crop window across the photo to select what portion will be saved. If you select the Shrink to Fit checkbox, the entire image is shrunk to fit one of the two dimensions (this may result in white edges at the top/bottom or left/right edges of the photo).
  3. Select Next and then choose what to do with the output.

    In the previous step, if you had opted for Web output, you're presented with the following options:

    • Save/Save As - Preserve the newly-resized image in any of the available formats.
    • Continue editing - In Quick/Advanced: Select where you would like to continue working on the resized image- in Quick mode or Advanced mode.
    • Share - Flickr/Twitter: Select to place your resized image online through one of the social or sharing services available in Photoshop Elements.

    In the previous step, if you choose Print output, you're presented with the following options:

    • Save/Save As: Preserve the newly-resized photo in any of the available formats.
    • Continue editing - In Quick/Advanced: Select where you would like to continue working on the photo - in Quick mode or Advanced mode.
    • Print - Local Printer/Order Prints: Select to print the photo outline to a printer that you have installed locally (on this computer). Or order prints from using Adobe Photoshop Services. Learn more about Printing photos to know more about details on using Photoshop Elements to order prints.
  4. Select Done.

Rotate and Straighten Guided Edit

Use the ROTATE AND STRAIGHTEN guided edit for rotating a picture in 90-degree increments or drawing a line through an image to realign it.

You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more on how to Rotate or flip an item.

Learn more on how to Straighten an image.

Sharpen Guided Edit

Use the SHARPEN guided edit to improve the clarity of an image. You can view the after image only or view both the before and after images either vertically or horizontally.

Learn more on how to Sharpen an image.

Vignette Effect Guided Edit

Treat your photo with the vignette effect to emphasize the importance of a person, group, or object, at the center of the photograph.

Picture before applying the vignette effect (left), and after

  1. Open the desired photo. Select Guided mode > Basics > VIGNETTE EFFECT.

  2. Select Black or White, to specify the color of the vignette you want to apply.

  3. Use the Intensity slider to specify how intense (dark or light) you want the vignette to be.

  4. Select Refine Shape to fine-tune the edge (Feather slider) and size (Roundness) of the vignette. For the Feather slider, a smaller pixel value indicates a harder, sharper edge, whereas a larger value indicates a softer, thicker edge.
    For the Roundness slider, negative values cause an exaggerated vignette effect, and positive values cause a less visible vignette.

  5. After you get the desired result, select Next to choose how you would like to proceed:

    • Save - Save/Save As: Preserve the newly-created image in any of the available formats.
    • Continue editing - In Quick/Advanced mode: Select where you would like to continue working on the image - in Quick mode or Advanced mode.
    • Share - Flickr / Twitter: Select to place your image online through one of the social or sharing services available in Photoshop Elements.

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