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Old 07-23-2005, 05:45 AM   #1
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I'm sitting with my mate Ba and we can't find the image processor automation feature to quickly resize and save all her images as jpegs. The jelp file insists the scripts are under File > Scripts, but dey not dere <sob>. Anybody know how to get em? Thanks!
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Actually - just found it - I thought you could maybe do this without opening photoshop - but now I realise it is a function inside photoshop!!!
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No, no. You're looking in the wrong place. With Bridge, it's Tools>Photoshop>Image Processor.

   
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