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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Three: This brings up the Web Photo Gallery dialog. At the top is a Styles pop-up menu of presets that you can choose as different Web page layouts. As you choose a style, a thumbnail preview of each template appears in the far-right column of the dialog (below the Cancel button). In this example, I chose Dotted Border--White on Black, which creates a website with rows of thumbnails that display full size (on their own separate pages) when they're clicked on. Just below the Styles pop-up menu is a field for entering your e-mail address (which will appear prominently on your Web page) so your client can easily contact you with choices from the online proofs. Step Four: In the Source Images section of the Web Photo Gallery dialog, specify the location of the photos you want to put on the Web (the Bridge in this case), and then determine which folder these Web-optimized images will reside in for uploading (the folder you created in Step 1). When you click on the Destination button, a dialog appears that lets you navigate to the folder in which you want to save your images. Choose the folder you created in Step 1 and click Choose (or OK on a PC). Note: Although we're using images from the Bridge for this technique, you can also create a Web Photo Gallery using a folder of photos on your hard disk. To do this, choose Folder (instead of Selected Images from Bridge) under the Source Images section. Continued Showing Your Client Chapter 15 435