Elements tutorials: good, but difficult to find

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Your tutorial videos are terrific but they are so hard to find. Some are in Elements 8 or 9 or 10 or 11. With each version it would be nice to be able to easily find all the tutorials that can be used for that version instead of having to waste time searching back through different versions to figure out where the video is on that particular item and if it works the same way in the version you have. I teach a beginning photoshop elements class to senior citizens, they become very frustrated when they can't find a video tutorial for their version of Elements and I sometimes have to search and search for a video to help them.

Couldn't you link all the video tutorials that work for all the versions together?
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Glennda Rassin

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  • frustrated and embarrassed because I have to search for something that should be easy to find.

Posted 6 years ago

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Neeraj, Employee

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Hi,

simple solution of your problem is use adobe tv.The link is -

http://tv.adobe.com/product/photoshop...

here you can see the learning videos made by adobe for different versions.

thanks,
Neeraj
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Glennda Rassin

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You are right but that page shows, almost exclusively Elements 11, with a few version 10 videos but if you want to learn some things you have to go back to 8 and 9 and that means several layers of searching. Believe me I teach a class to seniors who all own version 9 or 10. After each weekly class I search of sites with videos to reinforce the class I taught. There are teaching videos all over the place: In the help menu, Inspiration Browser, Adobe TV and even youtube. It is hard to know how to find them. They are not easy to search out. I know that Adobe wants to sell the newest version but lots of things that are on 11 are taught in version 8, 9, or 10. It isn't always feasible for seniors to have enough disposable income to upgrade every year or so. I just think there has to be an easier way. Like a menu that doesn't just list v. 11 but one that says this can be done on v. 8 or 9 or 10 or 11 or they are linked somewhere.
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Neeraj, Employee

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Hi,

If you want to search previous versions 10, 9, 8, 7 videos go to Adobe TV , select the SHOWS tab .Here you can find easily version by version videos easily on one page like-

may be this could solve your problem.

Thanks,
Neeraj
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Glennda Rassin

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Thanks that helps.