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Step 16

See that little number 2 on top of the upper-left corner of the original photo? That lets you know that the edited copy is stacked with the original photo for housekeeping purposes. If you click directly on that number, the edited copy tucks right under the original, creating a little stack with the original on top (see Figure 16). If you want to see the edited version, just click that little 2 again and it pops right back out, just like it looked in step 15. This trick works not only here in the grid, but in the filmstrip as well. It helps to prevent confusion when you have multiple copies of the same photo.

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