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If you have a version of Windows that supports Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), you may get a prompt to use it when you open Photoshop, although you will still be able to use it even if you allow it to use MSE. This might also work if you install to another drive. Read the notes in the “Making the Windows Installer package” section, later in this chapter, if you have any trouble creating the installer.
To install Photoshop, follow these steps:
1. Insert a USB flash drive into a USB port on your computer.
2. Open your computer’s Disk Management tool and format the USB drive as a Windows Storage Drive.
3. Burn the Photoshop DVD or ISO file from this book’s companion website to the USB drive.
4. Insert the USB flash drive into the DVD drive slot on your computer.
5. Run the Start menu and navigate to the Accessories tab.
6. Right-click on your DVD drive, highlight Eject, and then choose OK.
7. Open the installer from the shortcut you just created.
**Note:** On the computer you installed Photoshop on, you should be able to use this drive for Windows updates, Adobe Reader, and other programs.
8. After the installation completes, you may be prompted to replace some system files.
**Note:** If you installed Photoshop to a different drive, you may be prompted to replace some system files.
9. Run Photoshop.
10. Accept the End User License Agreement.
11. Verify that the Photoshop icon appears on your desktop in the format shown in Figure 1-7.
**Figure 1-7:** The Photoshop icon (as seen in Windows XP) in the taskbar
12. Click the OK button to launch Photoshop.
**Note:** If you use MSE, you must first sign into your Adobe account and then accept the terms and conditions. If you select the Create New Account option, you should see a link to an Adobe online site. Click it to create a new Adobe account and sign in.
Creating and Saving Your First Photoshop Document
Creating and saving your first Photoshop document can be as easy as creating any other document in your word-processing program and opening it in Photoshop, but there are a few things that you need to know and do before you get started.
On this website, you will find tutorials that teach you how to perform basic editing tasks with Photoshop Elements. Here you will learn to import images from your camera and photo library, remove the background from an image, crop the size of an image, and work with filters and effects. Each tutorial explains what you should expect to see in your image and what you should look for. You will then see the results and get a brief discussion of how to improve your image or get a look at how that section of the tutorial worked.
When you are finished with the tutorial, you should have a good understanding of how each task works, know what you should be looking for, and be able to produce an image that you like. You can work on any of the tutorials in this section.
When you are ready for more advanced Photoshop tutorials, you can move on to our more in-depth series of Photoshop tutorials. These tutorials go into detail on things you may not have learned before. These tutorials are for more experienced editors and designers.
Check out our advanced Photoshop tutorials and a variety of other useful Photoshop tutorials.
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How to import an image into Photoshop Elements
Photos from a digital camera
If you just learned how to use Photoshop Elements, then you should probably know how to import photos from your digital camera. If you have a lot of photos, import them all at once using the “Import Images” dialog.
First, navigate to “New” in the main menu and click on “Import Images”
Next, you will see the “Import Images” dialog. To import photos, click on the camera icon in the upper-right corner to browse your camera memory card. Then navigate through the images and import them. Don�
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Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or better
Memory: 512 MB RAM or better
Hard Drive: 2 GB free space on hard drive
DVD-ROM drive or a DVD-ROM drive that will play standard DVD disks
Audio: Microsoft Sound Card or equivalent
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