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1You can open the File Browser by selecting the File Browser button on the tool options bar or by choosing File > Browse.
2You can use either the File Browser or a desktop folder—such as the Explorer (Windows) or the Finder (Mac OS)—to rename files, move files into the Recycle Bin (Windows) or Trash (Mac OS), move files and folders from one location to another, rename files and folders, and create new folders.
3The File Browser is a window, not a palette. Instead of a palette menu, it has a menu bar with five menus. Each menu within the File Browser contains an average of about 10 items. The menu bar also has five buttons that you can apply to files.
4You can rearrange the palettes on the left side of the File Browser by dragging them by their tabs. You can minimize the File Browser palettes and resize them. However, you cannot close them entirely or move them into the work area outside the File Browser, nor can you place palettes from the work area in the File Browser.
5The File Browser shows a thumbnail of each image file or folder within a folder, a scalable, high-resolution preview of the selected item, and information (metadata) about the selected item, including EXIF information for images captured by a digital camera and Camera Raw data—all at the same time. You can apply a number of Photoshop changes to files in the File Browser without first opening them in Photoshop. You can also use the File Browser for a number of file-management procedures, such as assigning rankings to files, sorting files by various criteria, manually rearranging the order in which the files are listed or shown, and batch-naming files with a consistent naming scheme. You can perform certain automated functions from the File Browser, such as creating Web galleries and Adobe PDF presentations. You can rotate images so that they open in Photoshop with the orientation you assigned in the File Browser.
6You click the rotation buttons on the File Browser menu bar to rotate selected images two ways: clockwise () or counterclockwise (). Each click rotates the image 90°.


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