In Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1, there is no Pan and Zoom Tool as in later version.
So, you can select the clip, go to its Properties Palette/Motion Panel expanded and keyframe the Scale (for zoom) and the Position (for pan) using Toggle Animation to initiate the keyframing. You may have to zoom in in order to do the pans so that they do not take the image off screen leaving behind a black border.
Keyframing allows you to change the property with time rather than applying the property to remain the same for the whole clip. Here the properties are Scale (for zoom) and Position (for pan).
The Toggle Animation icon is to the far right of the line that begins with the word Motion.
Just above the Toggle Animation icon is the Show Keyframes which will introduce an area which displays the keyframes as you set them.
The basic maneuvers include
a. hitting Toggle Animation
b. moving the Timeline Indicator to the first spot for changing scale and or position
c. setting scale and or position values
d. moving the Timeline Indicator to the next spot etc.
Please review. Any question or need clarification or need more details, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thank you for the fast reply and information. Do you know which version of Adobe has the pan & zoom?
I'll use your suggestions for now. Thanks again.
Thanks for the reply.
The Pan and Zoom Tool was introduced in Premiere Elements 10 and, besides there, can be found in Premiere Elements 11, 12/12.1, 13/13.1 (current version).
Please see my description of using the Pan and Zoom Tool for applying pan and zoom effects for video rather than the usual stills.