1 Choose File > Automate > Batch.
2 For Play, choose the desired set and action from the Set and Action pop-up menus.
3 For Source, choose a source from the pop-up menu:
• Folder to play the action on files already stored on your computer. Click Choose to locate and select the folder.
• Import to import and play the action on images from a digital camera or scanner.
• Opened Files to play the action on all open files.
• File Browser to play the action on the selected files in the File Browser.
4 Select Override Action "Open" Commands if you want Open commands in the action to refer to the batched files, rather than the filenames specified in the action. If you select this option, the action must contain an Open command because the Batch command will not automatically open the source files.
Deselect Override Action "Open" Commands if the action was recorded to operate on open files or if the action contains Open commands for specific files that are required by the action.
5 Select Include All Subfolders to process files in subfolders.
6 Select Suppress Color Profile Warnings to turn off display of color policy messages.
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