Photo Books let you add various layouts and designs to your images. Photo books can be printed on your home printer, ordered online from Adobe Photoshop Elements Online Services, saved to your hard drive, and shared via email.

Create a photo book

  1. Select the images that you want to add to the photo book in Elements Organizer or open them in Photoshop Elements. Click Create and select Photo Book.

  2. Select the appropriate size and theme.

    Note:

    The Sizes panel displays options suitable for various online services.

  3. Select Autofill With Selected Images to add all the photos already open in the Photo Bin.

  4. Specify the number of pages in the photo book.

    Note:

    Photoshop Elements supports different ranges of pages depending upon the method of printing that you select. For example, the range for the locally printed photo book is 2 – 78 pages. The minimum and maximum number of pages also varies based on the locale.

  5. Click OK.

    Photoshop Elements creates the photo book and displays Pages, Layouts, and Graphics tabs in the Create panel.

  6. Use the following options to fine-tune and add creative designs to your photo book:

    Pages

    Drag and drop pages in the Pages panel to rearrange pages in photo book, or add more pages.

    Layouts

    Double-click a layout to apply it. Or drag and drop a layout to apply it.

    Graphics

    Choose a background, frame, and graphics. Double-click, or drag and drop graphics, to add to the existing graphics.

  7. Click Advanced Mode to access all Expert mode options.

    Note:

    In advanced mode, Photoshop Elements changes the resolution from 72 PPI to 220 PPI. You cannot resize a creation in the advanced mode.

  8. Click Print or Order, depending on whether you are using your printer or an online service.

    Note:

    Photoshop Elements prints pages at a resolution of 220 PPI.

  9. Follow any other on-screen instructions, and then click Save.

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