Figure 5.28. Select the images to be merged with this dialog box.

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2. Select the files you'd like to merge. You can choose the files to combine in three ways, using the dropdown list labeled Use.

• Choose Open Files from the list to select from files already open in Photoshop.

• Select Files from the list to browse for files on your hard disk.

• Select Folders from the list to choose files in a particular folder.

3. Mark the Attempt to Automatically Arrange Source Images check box if you think the images have enough overlapped area that Photoshop can match them up. It does no harm to try, because if Photoshop can't match them up, it will simply leave that step to you.

4. Click on OK to start the process. Photoshop will examine the images and attempt to match them. If it cannot, you'll see the dialog box shown in Figure 5.29. Click on OK, and then drag the images onto the Photomerge workspace, as shown in Figure 5.30.

Figure 5.29. If Photomerge can't match up your images automatically, you'll get this warning.

Figure 5.29. If Photomerge can't match up your images automatically, you'll get this warning.

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