Rename one image into 100's of different names and save into a folder

Rename one image into 100's of different names and save into a folder.

I have a need to name 1 image i have in a folder into 100's of different names and save them into the folder

I have the names in a txt file as

etc etc

So need this one image to be saved as in different names i have in a txt file all into 1 folder

Any help with some script please
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)Commented:
Try this...

Dim fso, fileNamesFile
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set fileNamesFile = fso.OpenTextFile("P:\test\ImageNames.txt", 1)
Do While fileNamesFile.AtEndOfStream <> True
	fso.CopyFile "P:\test\Image.jpg", "P:\test\" & fileNamesFile.ReadLine

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....where "P:\test\ImageNames.txt" is the path of the text file and "P:\test\Image.jpg" is the path of the original image.

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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
Either that, or concatenate commands in Excel, spit the results out as a text file, rename .CMD and run it.

You need a column to contain 100s of lines that just say "copy  image.jpg username.jpg" or whatever.

If you are unsure how to do this, begin with "Formula, insert function, concatenate"
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Pretty easy to do this at a DOS command prompt, not really worth a script.  Just open a command prompt, do a CD to the folder where the files and text file are, and type the following command:

for /f "usebackq tokens=*" %A in ("yourtextfile.txt") do (@ECHO copy "imagetobecopied.jpg" "%~A")

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It is in test mode, so will only display the copy commands it would have executed.  If it looks like it is copying the right files, run again without the ECHO, like this, to do the copies.

for /f "usebackq tokens=*" %A in ("yourtextfile.txt") do (@copy "imagetobecopied.jpg" "%~A")

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Naturally put the real file names of the master image, and the text file into the command when you run it.

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