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Part 11. Preparing to Publish > Fixing Multiple Images

Fixing Multiple Images

Have a bunch of pictures that need fixing? You can have Photoshop Elements do the work while you refill your coffee cup. Enjoy a break while Elements adjusts the lighting, color, and sharpness of your images; resizes them; renames them; and saves them in your preferred format.

Choose File, Process Multiple Files.

Choose the Quick Fix operations you want to apply.

Choose Folder from the Process Files From pop-up menu.

Navigate to the folder of images you want to process; then click OK.

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Get Organized First

Be sure to put all the image files you want to process in a single folder, so Elements will be able to find them.


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You Have a Choice

After step 4, you get to choose a place for the revised files to be saved. Either click Browse to pick a destination folder, or check Save As Source.


Choose Rename Files to automatically give the files consistent names.

Choose Resize Images and Convert Files to resize the images and save them in a different format.

Choose Watermark to add overlaid labels to the images.

Click OK to begin processing.


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