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EMPLOYEEI’m confident0There are many ways of finding your slideshows in Photoshop Elements Organizer.
1. If you know the name of your slideshow(s), you can search for them using the Search box at the top left of the Media Browser (the area with your image thumbnails).
2. You can have the Media Browser only display projects (such as slideshows):
A: Go to Find>By Media Type>Projects (keyboard shortcut Alt+4).
B: Go to View>Media Types and uncheck all other types besides Projects.
3. If you know when you created you slideshow(s), you can limit what the Media Browser displays to that date range (Find>Set Date Range or by using the Timeline (under the Window menu)).
4. If you are in the Folder Location Display mode, navigate to this folder:
A: Windows XP - C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Elements Organizer\Catalogs\PSE9\projects
B: Windows Vista/7 - C:\ProgramData\Adobe\Elements Organizer\Catalogs\PSE9\projects
5. In the Media Browser, the slideshow will display like any other image, it's thumbnail being the first slide. In the top right corner of the thumbnail is an icon that indicates the object is a slideshow project:
6. While in the Import Batch or Thumbnail View Display modes, after creating a slideshow, it will be the first item in the Media Browser (unless you have changed the display order from Date (Newest First) to Date (Oldest First)).
Once you have found your slideshow, simply double-click it to open it for further editing. When you have completed the slideshow and are ready to share it, first you will need to render it. This is done by clicking the Output button in the Slideshow Editor. You can create a WMV video file, a PDF slideshow, burn it to a VCD, or (if you have Premiere Elements installed) burn to DVD. Some of these same options are available from the Media Browser by right-clicking the slideshow project or under the Edit menu while a slideshow is currently selected.