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VARIABLES and DATA SETS

i have a photoshop template for a graphic in a website. it have created 22 different data sets in the template. i need to view ALL 22 data sets simultaneously on the same page. how should i go about doing this. i don't know any scripting for photoshop, or how to save each data set as a seperate file.
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weedCommented:
Are they all in different files, or just different layers? Have you looked at the Automate menu?
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a_hallerAuthor Commented:
One variable is a text layer, and the second variable is a pixel replacement which uses seperate photoshop files. i can't do what i need to do with the automate menu. thanks.
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weedCommented:
Pixel replacement which uses separate photoshop files? eh? Youve got a PS file, with several layers. One is a text layer, and the others are the background of the template right?
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a_hallerAuthor Commented:
One is a text layer, one is a picture layer, and one is the background of the template which isn't a variable.

i made this page: http://www.rolxtreme.com/mufflers.htm

the middle table is html. the right and left tables (which are actually gifs created from photoshop) are combined in the psd file. in  other words, i had to change the text and the pictures 22 times each. i need an easier way of doing this. thanks
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weedCommented:
Well, youre going to have to learn how to use the Action palette Photoshop. That means recording an action of what you want to do, then playing it back for each file.
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a_hallerAuthor Commented:
so i can make a couple actions, and then run a batch process on the folder they are in?
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weedCommented:
You could probably do it with ONE action, and either run it on the folder, or just playback the image one by one.
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a_hallerAuthor Commented:
i will give it a try. i ithink it will work.

thanks for your help
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