Processing multiple files


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Processing multiple files

If you have multiple files that you want to resize or rename or reformat, one of the most useful features in Elements 8 is the Process Multiple Files Automatic command. I am going to use that feature on these three images but normally, I would have more images on which I would run the feature and I might use it if I want to do something like create a batch of thumbnails for use on a webpage or resize and reformat a number of images to send by email or to post to a blog. Before I get started, I want to see how big these files are.

So I am going to click-and-drag on the bottom-right corner of one of them and there in the document information area, I'll click to see that this file is 430 pixels tall by 286 wide and I know that the other two are the same. I would like to cut that height in half making them all 215 pixels tall so that they are thumbnail sized. I will move this image away so you can see the other two. With these three files open in Elements, I am going to go up to the Fi...

Processing multiple files
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Processing multiple files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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