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Changing permissions on files in multiple subdirectories

I wanted to change the permissions for jpg files in subdirectories that are two to three levels deep, but wanted to leave the directory permissions intact.
I figure I should be using this command, but with some added options?
chmod -R 666 *.jpg
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eastwop
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Duncan RoeSoftware DeveloperCommented:
find . -name '*.jpg' -type f -print|xargs chmod 666
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eastwopAuthor Commented:
Thanks - that worked like a treat.....and thanks for the FAST response!!
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