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batch processing using photopaint in corel 11

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I want to resample and resize hundreds of jpegs.  
Lets just say for example that I had a jpeg that was 22x17 at 72 dpi and I wanted to change it to 6x4 at 300 dpi.

Under the file option in photopaint there is a batch wizard utility.
     It asks for the name of the file  - no problem here
     It asks for script files *.csc or binary script files *.csb -
                        WHAT SCRIPTS WOULD I PUT IN HERE TO DO THIS?
                        HOW WOULD I GENERATE THESE SCRIPTS?
                        COREL HAS A VB EDITOR, BUT I AM AT SEA.  
IF POSSIBLE, JUST TELL ME STEP BY STEP WHAT TO WRITE AND HOW TO DO IF FOR THIS SPECIFIC EXAMPLE.

Thank you, I know there is a way to do this...
                   
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Bless your sweet heart!  
How neat!
I tried and it worked and I am so very pleased.  
I guess I don't have to learn VB after all.  
Corel was NO HELP AT ALL!  Love their program though...
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