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As PrE does not allow for true Sub-Clips, unless it has been added, like PrPro, I would use this workflow:
Import your original Clip into PrE, and in the Source Monitor, set the In & Out Points. Drag that to the Timeline. Back in the Source Monitor, repeat, but choose new In & Out Points. What you now have on the Timeline are Instances of that original, longer Clips. If you need separate, discrete AV files from those Instances, you can Export/Share, and use the WAB (Work Area Bar) to limit just what is Exported/Shared.
Premiere Elements certainly does allow for sub-clips, Bill.
Just trim the clip in the Clip Monitor and then drag it from the Clip Monitor's preview window into the Project media panel. Once it's there, you can rename the clip by right-clicking on it and selecting the option.
You can create as many sub-clips as you'd like from a longer clip.
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Great, and thank you for educating me on that.
Thank you, it works. This is going to save me a bunch of time. Thank you for the book also, I am learning incredible amounts with each chapter. Stan
Thanks for making my day, Stan! Happy moviemaking!