"Loop Regions" are not a function of Premiere Elements, by the way. They're more a function of Vegas software.
In Premiere Elements, you can set the program to output only a portion of your timeline using the Work Area Bar that runs along the top of the timeline and then, in the Share options, checking the Work Area Bar Only checkbox.
i have browsed through the article, and there was indeed an orphan. problem now solved. thank you very much. -bERne!!-
I had to look up "Loop Regions," but only found references to people, who hated them, and wanted to turn them off. What I could not find was what Loop Regions are. They appear to be a Sony "thing," as they are mentioned in Vegas and Sound Forge. What was missing, is "what is the use, and the result, of using Loop Regions?" For my education, could you, or the OP, explain what they do, and what they are used for?