Could you please post a screenshot?
A screenshot would just be an open Photoshop view. The point is that if I scroll to a different desktop view on my iMac, that same Photoshop view appears. That is, if I am editing an image and want to scroll to a web browser in a different window, so to speak, I can't do it because Photoshop appears in all the desktops.
Does that help explain the situation?
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You didn't say which version of OS X, but before Lion there is a feature called Spaces which isn't exactly multiple desktops but does provide control over app visibility. Mission Control replaces that in Lion. Here's a screenshot of System Preferences > Spaces in which I've specified some apps to remain visible when switching Space. You may have accidentally set your system to make Photoshop similarly always visible.
Here's something about photoshop elements on mountain lion displaying on muti desktops
(along the same lines as conroy is saying)
Of course it would be easier if we knew what version of Mac OS X your using.
I am using OS 10.8.2.
As a result of your suggestions, I looked into all the setup preferences.
To my surprise, I found the solution by clicking the icon in the Dock. And chose "none" for assigning desktop! Voila. Easier than I had thought.