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Working with Images Using Adobe Bridge

The Adobe Bridge () is a stand-alone program (just like Photoshop), which lets you view and open images from any Adobe Creative Suite 2 program—Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and GoLive. The Bridge is literally the glue that binds all of the Adobe Creative Suite 2 programs together into one cohesive unit. Bridge lets you organize, browse, and locate the different types of images you need to create content for print, the Web, and even mobile devices.You can drag assets into your layouts as needed, preview them, and add metadata to them. Bridge allows you to search, sort, manage, and process image files one at a time or in batches. You can also use Bridge to create new folders; rename, move, and delete files; edit metadata; rotate images; and run batch commands. You can also view information about files and data imported from your digital camera. In addition, Bridge integrates well with Adobe Version Cue, a file tracking project management program, and Adobe Stock Photos (), a service that lets you search, view, try, and buy royalty-free stock photography.


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