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Carolyn S. Swadley

How to Get the Information On the Photo

When I take a picture with my Olympus C-750 and load it into Adobe Photo Elements, how do I find out the information on the photo such as shutter speed, aperture, etc.? Is there something on Elements I can go to or something I need to set on my camera?

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7/25/2003 11:19:33 AM

Michael Kaplan   I am not sure whether Elements 1 is the same but in Elements 2 you would click on 'File' then 'File Info' then change section to 'EXIF'.

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7/25/2003 2:55:42 PM

Carolyn S. Swadley   Thank you, thank you, thank you Michael.
It worked. I have Elements 2. Still learning and struggling.

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7/25/2003 4:15:28 PM

Howard D. Gibson   I have Windows XP and it provides this info when I right-click a file and select "Properties". When that opens, I click the "Summary" tab, then the "Advanced >>" button. Useful when you're not running an image-editing program.

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7/29/2003 12:16:27 PM

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