This gets me to the correct place to do the export.
However, I did not see how to select only a portion of the timeline to export.
If you question goes to the selective export of Timeline content, then this is your answer. It has two vital components.
First Important...you set the gray tabs of the Work Area Bar to span just the segment of the Timeline that you plan to export.
To set the gray tabs...move the Timeline Indicator to the start of the segment. Hold down the Alt key of the computer
main keyboard as you click on the left bracket key [.....then move the Timeline Indicator to the end of the segment. Hold down the Alt key as you click on the right bracket key ]
Second Important...in the export settings in Publish+Share/Computer/....., there needs to be an option to "Share Work Area Bar Only" next to which you place a check mark.
When those two critical requirements are met, you should get your selected export.
Gray Tabs of Work Area Bar Edit area
Share Work Area Bar Option in Export
Please let us know if you need any supplemental information on your Premiere Elements 11 Windows 7 (presumed 64 bit) workflow.
I was missing the "Alt - Left bracket" and "Alt - Right Bracket" steps.
Great news. Great job.
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