film man 24
I know this is not version 11 or 12, but what version of Premiere Elements earlier than 11 and 12 are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
Are you running a single or dual monitor setup?
As a just in case measure, go to Window Menu/Restore Workspace and click on Restore Workspace.
Here is some information on Time Lapse video and Premiere Elements for your review
We could go for deleting the Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs file or deactivation/uninstall/ccleaner run through/reinstall but let us see what the answers are to the above first.
That worked :-) I went into window and selected Restore Workspace. Premiere now appears as it once did. I am not sure how it got honked up, but thank you for the solution. To answer you question's- I am running Premiere Elements 10 on windows 7. For color correcting I will use dual monitors (connect to a LED t.v.) for better color depiction, along with a intel I5. Thank Very much I look to work with you further down the road
film man 24
I had been away for a few days, came back last night, and have been working on catching up since then.
I just came across your the great news of your success. We are very pleased you are moving forward in your Premiere Elements projects. I was almost not going to make the suggestion that turned out to work for you. So glad I added that just in case note.
Continuing success with your projects. Please never hesitate to ask if any questions or need clarification.