First, make sure you're in Timeline, rather than Sceneline mode.
Then locate the title clip on one of the upper video tracks. You can then either select and delete it or double-click on it to re-open it in the Titles workspace and edit it.
Thanks very much for that. it was very helpful. While I was waiting
for someone to answer, I kept fiddling around and actually found another
way, which you are probably aware of and that is to go to the sceneline
,then right click on the transition box, which then allows you to change
it to another transition, however I cant remember if it also allows you
to delete it all together.
I have just put another post on the forum if you would like to take a
look. In the absence of a teacher and decent Adobe product help, I can
see myself spending a lot of time on this forum....
Thanks again Steve.
If you're interested in learning the product, you can start with my free 8 part Basic Training tutorials.
You will also find hundreds of more tips, tutorials, disc templates, video loops and music backgrounds on the Premiere Elements support site I helped found, http://Muvipix.com.
And if you want step-by-step help with the program, you may want to check out my books:
I will second Steve's recommendations for training aids. He has written, or produced most of them. This is also a list of some RESOURCES, but Steve has already hit the "high points."
PS - as Steve mentioned in his first Reply, much of what I think you are doing, can be done more easily in the Timeline View Mode, in lieu of the Sceneline View Mode. Sceneline is great for the initial organization of the Project, but Timeline offers a much better visual view of the Project, and also offers so much more control and power.
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