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I have burned 3800 pictures to DVD. They were made with Photoshop. Now I would like to make sure they will open in Photoshop 9. The only way I have been able to verify them, is to open a 100 at a time. While they are opening, I check that no picture is missing, by watching the numbers. But that gets confusing after 4 or 500 pictures. Is there away to know that all pictures did open? I can tell if the pictures are good, or not. It is just making sure they all open.
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thenerdster earned 1000 total points
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have you opened it in my computer and right click and hit properties and it will say contains 3800 pics !!



   cheers!
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why would I do that?
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