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Search metadata.

Metadata includes not only the information about your images that’s supplied by digital cameras, but also the custom data you can add to a file. Metadata contains descriptions of the image, including such data as your camera name, the camera settings you used to take a picture, copyright information, and much more.

Searching metadata is easy. Just choose Find→By Details (Metadata) in the Organizer. The Find by Details (Metadata) dialog box opens. The first two columns in the dialog box offer a number of different choices for search criteria and for options based on the criteria. In the third column, you type search criteria into a text box to specify exactly what you want to search for.

You can click the plus button to add new lines to your search criteria. Clicking the minus button deletes a line.

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