Changing Your View of Your Photos

Sometimes, rather than changing the size of your photo, all you want to do is change its appearance in Elements so you can get a better look at it. For example, you may want to zoom in on a particular area, or zoom out, so you can see how edits you've made have affected your photo's overall composition.

Figure 10-1. The Standard Editor is your control center for sprucing up your photos. This window's jam-packed with loads of tools, but for this chapter all you need to know about are the

Toolbox and the Options bar.

Figure 10-1. The Standard Editor is your control center for sprucing up your photos. This window's jam-packed with loads of tools, but for this chapter all you need to know about are the

Toolbox and the Options bar.

Nothing you do with the tools and commands in this section changes anything about your actual photo. You're just changing the way you see it onscreen as you work with it. Elements gives you lots of tools and keystroke combinations to help with these new views.

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