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Is there a way to print a picture with the file name in photoshop. Example if my file is call GreenApple.JPG.
On top or some where in the photo I like the word GreenApple to appear without typing it into.

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Go to File>Automate>Picture Package. Choose a folder of images or a folder containing one image, and at the bottom select to use file name as picture caption.

You can also do Print With Preview, select the Output tab, and select Labels, and/or Description.
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Thank you.
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