Print Multiple Photos, Order Prints, and Exit
Print Multiple Photos: If you want to print more than one document at the same time, this File Menu option is a good choice. It will bring up a list of all the photos currently in your Bin and let you choose different options for each photo. You can choose how many photos will print on each page, how many times to print the photo, what size you want the photos to be, whether or not you want to crop the photos to fit the page, and other options to make sure your photo looks the way you want it to when it’s printed.
Order Prints: Through a business relationship with Kodak EasyShare, you can order prints directly from your Photoshop Elements Organizer. Simply sign up for an account and a dialog box will come up showing all of the photos you currently have open in your Bin. You can order singles or doubles, many different file sizes, and choose options such as Matte finish, Kodak Perfect Touch Processing, or zoom and trim. The dialog box also warns you when a specific image is not high-quality enough for a specified print size. This is very helpful when you want an image in a specific size, but aren’t sure if it’s of a great enough quality to look nice as a print.
Exit: Exit is pretty self-explanatory. It will close the Photoshop Elements program on your computer. It’s the “longer version" of clicking the “X" in the right-hand side of your program window. If you’re working on documents that haven’t been saved, Photoshop will ask you if you’d like to save them before you exit.