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May 19, 2005

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Maureen

Using this method, I still have to open and then save each image before rotation takes effect, didnt need to do this with Apply Rotation command and it is very time consuming, any hints?

Brian

In the old Photoshop CS when you used 'Apply Rotation' the images are actually saved with the rotation. So when I open the images in another program, other than Photoshop, the images are rotated. In Bridge the rotate option only rotates the images in Photoshop CS2. When I open the images rotated in Bridge in another program the images are as if I never rotated them at all. Is there a way in Bridge you can rotate multiple images and have them be rotated not only for Photoshop but all other programs that can open the image, and not have to open and save each image individually.

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