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Hi,

I have a digital camera that shoots in 3M. Every now and then I have about 20-30 photos that I want to mass convert from 2048x1536 to 800x600 and then save optimized for web (Ctrl-Alt-Shift-S) in a new folder with the same filename as the original. But I don't want to have to do that everytime, I want to be able to select the files and have Photoshop do that for me. Is that possible?

Thank you in advance.

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You can create a action that does what you want. The you can create a droplet and put it where you want. So the next time you want to convert images you can drag them to the droplet.

You can use google to search for Photoshop Actions, Photoshop droplet, batch and other things.

http://user.fundy.net/morris/redirect.html?photoshop21.shtml
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