Well, you can pick up a copy of one of my books on Amazon.com or the Muvipix store. It and Adobe's Classroom in a Book series are really the only books out there supporting the product.
I also have a free 8-part Basic Training tutorial series on Premiere Elements support site Muvipix.com.
Otherwise, there's the Premiere Elements Help files.
>program is totally undocumented
I don't have a link saved (when you find one, you can post it here) but I do know that ALL Adobe products have a user guide in PDF format... located somewhere on the various pages for the individual product
Go to the Premiere Elements product page and explore... you will find a page with a link to the PDF
Save the PDF to your hard drive for easy reading and searching
Took me the short time between my messages to find the support page with a link to the PDF in the upper right corner
Right click the PDF link and select the save option to save to your hard drive
Page also has links to earlier versions
Thanks Steve, your book will be on its way to me shortly. It's on order.
I will check into the other answers.
I had found that "HELP" page earlier. It wasn't much help
Did you right click the PDF link in the upper right corner to save the PDF to your hard drive... and did you then start reading at the beginning?
Thanks for supporting the book, engirneer!
You have made a worthwhile purchase. I had the same question when i started with Premiere Elements about 6 or more months ago, and Adobe was not the least bit helpful, but Steve Grisetti's book has been a Godsend. It is easy to ready, understand, and has made the process a doing a high definition blu ray soooooo muh easier, and i didn't even know all the capabilities of the programs, not all of which i have mastered yet, but i keep expanding my horizons.
You have found exactly what you are looking for! Happy Reading!!