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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Fifteen: When you're done, click on the Stop icon (it looks like a tiny square) at the bottom of the Actions palette. You can close the Actions palette now, because you can apply the watermark, studio name, and copyright info just by pressing the F-key shortcut you chose in the New Action dialog. Step Sixteen: If you want to apply this action to a whole folder full of photos, just go under the File menu, under Automate, and choose Batch to bring up the Batch dialog (or from the Adobe Bridge, go under Tools, under Photoshop, and choose Batch). This command lets you pick one action and automatically apply it to multiple photos. In the Play section (at the top), for Action, choose your action's name. Under Source, choose Folder from the pop-up menu and click on the Choose button, navigate to your folder full of photos, then under Destination choose Save and Close. This will apply the watermark, studio name, and copyright info to your images, and then save and close the documents. If you want to save them to a different folder, or rename them, choose Folder under the Destination section. Showing Your Client Chapter 15 423