Premiere Elements is a video editor. Are you trying to make some sort of video collage from your photos?
If you're trying to make a photo collage in Premiere Elements, you're using the wrong tool for the job.
If you are trying to make a photo collage, there are a number of tools for doing this in Photoshop Elements and the Elements Organizer. In fact, the Organizer has a tools specifically made for creating photo collages under its Create tab. Have you tried using this tool?
BTW, I said goodbye to 50 a long, long time ago, pamela. It's really not that hard once you know what you want to do and where the tools are. You may want to consider by book, "The Muvipix.com Guide to Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 14", available on Amazon, which shows you step by step how to use all the tools in both programs as well as the Organizer.
Thank you!! The stress level at this computer last night was a little high.
I have tried using the "Collage Organizer". I can get my pictures uploaded but then I'm just shaking my head again.
At least now, I know I'm in the right place.
I need this collage 4" by 6". I didn't see that option. ??
Thank you for your time.
If you want to make this first collage for me... (I'm crossing my fingers) was going to accidentally attach the photos.
And I am closer to 60. That's chronological, though.
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"Aargh. I don't even know what my questions are. I purchased Premiere Elements: check. I downloaded my purchase: check. I am now LOST. I am trying to make a collage that is postcard size. I found how to import photos, but not how to make a colla"
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I'm sorry, Pamela. I'm just not sure what to tell you. (and I still think I'm older than you. )
The collage tool creates a nice collage automatically -- but it also doesn't give you many options for customizing its size and shape.
And I could tell you how to manually create a photo collage in Photoshop Elements, but I'm not sure you'd feel comfortable using all of tools, building layers, cropping and rotating, etc.
So I'm afraid you're trying to do something that may be just a little beyond your skill level.
It might be worth checking in at the Photoshop Elements forum, in the meantime, just to see if anyone there has any further thoughts.
Sorry I can't be of more help. I've been experimenting for about an hour but, unfortunately, the simpler I try to make it for you, the more complicated it gets.
FYI (and a chuckle, too): My daughter did it for me.
Sounds like a great solution, Pamela!