1 Choose File > Automate > Picture Package.
2 Specify the Source: Frontmost Document to use the currently active image, File to browse to a saved image, or Folder to browse to a folder containing multiple image files. (Select Include All Subfolders to include images inside any subfolders.)
3 Under Document, select page size, layout, resolution, and color mode for the picture package. (A thumbnail of the selected layout is displayed on the right side of the dialog box.)
Select Flatten All Layers to create a picture package with all images and text on a single layer. Deselect Flatten All Layers to create a picture package where each image is on a separate layer and each caption is on a separate text layer.
4 Under Label, select the source for label text from the Content menu (or choose None). Specify font, font attributes, and position for the labels.
5 Click OK.
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