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This comes up often, Jim.
There is no magic fix for wind interference. Even professional Hollywood productions often have to "loop" or re-record the dialogue for scenes shot on a windy day.
As far as your computer is concerned, sound is sound. It can't tell the difference between sound you want and sound you don't. And wind is one of the biggest challenges to overcome. Especially if you're talking about the noise of wind blowing across your microphone.
Sometimes audio of a certain frequency (such as a hum in the background) can be eliminated with filters, but I don't think that's going to do it here. Sorry.
Was there anywhere that I can learn about using the sound fx (other than trial & error) and has the old help file (I think it may have been a context one) been discontinued in PE7?
Adobe how has help files online, and you should connect automatically to them when you click the Help button. It should look like this:
Or you could buy my Premiere Elements 7 book and have everything you could want to know about the program right in front of you any time! ;)
And, yes, I do spend a section describing the sound effects and how to use them.
You can find the book on Amazon or buy it through the Muvipix products page: