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is there a way of applying a photoshop macro to a complete folder

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Hi,

I would like to resize about 150 .eps images and save them in a specific folder as .jpgs.
I have created a macro that does this to individual images but is there a way I can apply this to a folder so that it opens each image in that folder then carries out the actions?

Thanks
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Yes. Click File > Automate > Batch and select your Action, Source Folder and Destination Folder and check all four Check Boxes to prevent PS waiting for your confirmation at any step.

You may have to record your Action once again to include opening one image file from the Source Folder, running though resize and eding with saving in the destination folder.

Good Luck!
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Yes. Click File > Automate > Batch and select your Action, Source Folder and Destination Folder and check all four Check Boxes to prevent PS waiting for your confirmation at any step.

You may have to record your Action once again to include opening one image file from the Source Folder, running though resize and ending with saving in the destination folder.

Good Luck!
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Oops! Didn't mean to post that twice.

For a step-by-step guide, here is a link to my post for a similar question earlier...

http://mobile.experts-exchange.com/Q_22080795.html

Good Luck!
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