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Refresh/Reload a Page (Viewing new page content):
Copies of pages viewed are usually stored on your computer in the browsers “Cache”. This way, when you wish to view the same page again it will load very quickly. The cache is usually refreshed automatically over some set time period. The problem with this is that newly posted content on a page may not show up until that page is “Refreshed’ or “Reloaded” — the cache picks up a new copy of the page.
Here are a few ways you can resolve this:
- Right Click on your screen and inside the pop-up menu choose Refresh (PC) or Reload Page ( Mac)
- Use the appropriate key press : [ F5 ] (PC) or [Command] + [ R ] (Mac)
- Look in the menu: View–>Refresh (PC) or View—>Reload Page (Mac)
- Or click the Refresh/Reload button (similar to these): or
If you are a visual learner and need to actually see a task performed rather than reading about how to do it, this YouTube video about resizing and saving images with Photoshop will help. These steps are the same regardless of which version of Photoshop you are using. The steps should also be the same in Photoshop Elements. We hope you find this link helpful.
On November 17, 2010, Frank Dwyer gave an in-depth presentation about how to organize and catalogue images, and about the various image browsers and plug-ins for Elements that are available. Click the link to download his hand-out with web site links.