This is not Adobe nor Adobe Press. Rather essentially a user to user forum.
Consider contacting Adobe Press Publisher to determine present and future status of Class Room In Book for Premiere Elements 14.
While you are waiting for more information on that, please consider using the free Adobe Help PDF files for
Premiere Elements 14
Elements Organizer 14.
Those free Help PDF files may be all that you need.
Please consider. Also, the Adobe Premiere Elements Forum is a good place to ask questions and to ask for clarification on any of your Premiere Elements workflows.
Best wishes for the new year.
Thanks, ATR. I looked over the reference pdf and it looks very helpful. I do intend to use it. I guess I just feel more secure with the "hand held" Classroom approach. Adobe may yet publish one.
Thanks for the follow up. Glad the free Help PDF files will be of use. Those and your own exploration and experiment with them will put you at an advantage to decide whether or not you need more. Google search for "Adobe Premiere Elements 14" books will bring up for purchase offerings from at least one other publisher. But, if you have used Classroom in a Book before and found that was what you needed, then I would pursue the search for Classroom in a Book Premiere Elements 14.
In your search, just check out the version...principles tend to stay the same from version to version, but features and layouts often do not. As I have written before, it is frustrating to be armed with principles and cannot find a feature.
Please update us on your progress as your schedule permits.
Thanks for giving me your time. I'll keep you posted. I've already printed the Table of Contents to see what the guide entails. It looks promising.
Also, be sure to check out my Muvipix.com Guides to Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements on Amazon. You won't find a more thorough how-to guide to the programs' features anywhere!