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Using a Droplet

Once you've created a droplet, it's a simple matter of streamlining your workload. For example, you've created a droplet that converts an image into the grayscale color mode, and lowers the image to a monitor resolution of 72ppi. To convert an image file, just drag and drop.Droplets are files that hold the action instructions. Once a droplet is created, you can store them anywhere you can store a file. It's not a bad idea to create file folders that hold specific types of droplets, such as color correction droplets, or image enhancement droplets. To use a droplet, it's as easy as clicking an image file, dragging, and then dropping it over the droplet.

Use a Droplet

Open the folder that contains your droplets.

Open the folder that contains the image file, or files you need to convert.

Drag an image file directly over the droplet, and then release.

Photoshop automatically opens and performs the selected droplet.


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