I am working on an Indesign document (brochure) that contains hundreds of images. Is there a way I can select all images and run a command to show the clipping path (if there is one and if it isn't already highlighted).
I don't really want to check each image individually to check if the clipping path option is shown.
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This article provides the solution to a question (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Photos_Graphics/Images_and_Photos/Q_28674207.html) posed here at Experts Exchange. The asker of the question has many JPG images in many folders, and all of t…
The goal of the tutorial is to teach the user how to use import presets downloaded from the internet into Adobe Lightroom.
Once you downloaded the presets go into the preset folder and press import then import your preset and your set it to go.