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Need help with Adobe Photoshop 3.0

by mommapez / January 16, 2007 6:52 AM PST

Hi..I need help with Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0. Using the operating system Windows XP Emachines AMD Sempron 3100+ I am having a problem trying to burn my collection of pictures. e.g I go to View and Organize Photos, then go to Collection of which I have 733 pictures of Asia of which I would like to put onto a CD. The pictures are numbered in the top left hand corner. I go to File then Burn and it only copies the first picture or if I have it on the last picture it copies only the last picture NOT the whole collection to make a CD. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks ..

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Try just burning
by tcantrelln / January 16, 2007 6:58 AM PST

By having them all in the same folder, highlight all of them, right click and burn to CD- myself I don't care for burning from inside graphics programs (especially Kodak easyshare)

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HI Unsure of what you are saying
by mommapez / January 16, 2007 7:49 AM PST
In reply to: Try just burning

Hi Thank you for your reply. Are you saying to go to File, then Burn. Not sure what to right click on. Can you spell it out in ABC language for me. Walk me through this procedure. I would like to show some of these pictures to my friends. Thank you.

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If you have a folder...
by tcantrelln / January 16, 2007 11:32 AM PST

with the pictures you wish to burn to cd, highlight the ones you want to burn, (Hold down the shift key, left click all the ones you wish to select, release the shift key when done) then right click on them, come down to the 'Send to' option, then to the CD burner- or Dvd burner-whatever- then go to the burner in 'My computer' open it and the picture files should be there, select 'Burn"

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