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Hi,

Is there a option for printing a group of jpg files in a folder in batch mode in Adobe Photoshop CS2 using the color management option "Print with Preview".    This, of course, assigns the correct printer profile and instructs Photoshop to control the color management for the jpg file to be printed.

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Howie
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you could create a droplet, recording all the commands needed, then drop the folder on the droplet and the processing would start
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-build-a-Photoshop-Droplet-for-Batch-Processing
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