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You can fly me there for a weekend. ;)
Otherwise, the Organizers built into Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements (mostly the one in Photo Elements 6) are designed for precisely that type of file management.
OK, I will FORCE myself to slug through again. Guess I just want things to be more intuitive!
But just in case...what part of the country do you live in?!
I live in Milwaukee, Dale.
I've written an article for Muvipix.com on the Organizer -- but it mostly concerns itself with tagging and basic file management, which may or may not help you. You'll find it here:
http://www.muvipix.com, a site set up by a number of experienced Premeiere Elements users with some support from Adobe, offers one of the most friendly, helpful forum on the web and includes a large number of complimentary products including tutorials, tips, DVD templates, stock footage, motion backgrounds and sound effects. Many more can be purchased individually or, for a small annual fee which we use to keep the site up and running, you can have unlimited downloads of our ever-growing library.
The whole screen on PE 4 is too dark. Is there any way to increase the brightness? Fred.
Have you gone to Edit/Preferences/User Interface and adjusted the brightness slider?
I had many questions about the PE4 interface, when I first got the program. I was trying to find ways to make it more like my P-Pro. Steve and other regulars gave me a lot of useful info. Unfortunately, some of it was what I did not want to hear, but such is GUI design. You might do a Search on this board for "interface" and read through those threads. Like I said, there were a lot of good replies with about every possible way to change the interface available.