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Photoshop Elements, Catalogs and network users

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Is there a way to turn off cataloging within Photoshop Elements?

The need is simple. One network drive full of photos. Many users on the network needing to access, edit and use those photos. We can do without the tagging and bagging features.

What's the safest approach?
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Go into Edit>Preferences>Auto Analyzer and deselect. This should stop the automatic tagging.
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Excellent. I'll order a couple copies and see if that does the trick ...
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Thank you. That did the trick.
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