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Well, there's my book, available through Muvipix.com and Amazon.
Adobe also offers helps in the "Classroom in a Book" series.
Those are currently the only two books available for Premiere Elements 7 -- although several books are available for older versions of the program, much of which is still applicable. (Like my first book, "Premiere Elements in a Snap".)
And there are a number of helpful tutorials on Muvipix's products page, with many free ones listed under Complimentary:
You won't find better help for a newby anyplace else, David.
Thank you for your help. In case anyone at adobe reads this, I find it amazing that you can sell a $100 program and not provide a simple mechanism to "get started" with out having to purchase a book, or membership to some club. I believe spending $100 entitles the owner to some information about how to use the very basics of the program.
There is a great resource, though not FROM Adobe. Go to www.muvipix.com and have a good look around. Some of what you see here, is there, but there is much, much more. There are a lot of "resources," and many articles on PE (plus other programs). Next, there is a wealth of info here. Do NOT be misled by version numbers. A lot of ver. X will work with the more recent versions. Same for Muvipix.com. Do not pass over the info in previous versions.
The pdf file that's on the installation disc for version 7 runs for 300 pages, which I wouldn't call a "getting started" guide.
Thanks, I will take a look. I appreciate the help.
There are many free resources as mentioned. I have free video tutorials available here, though for version 3, the basics still apply.