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    HI! I would like to ask since i go downloading some actions that you all created here. I would like to ask how do i copy all the steps one action file does and then paste that in the notepad step by step. i know ive read that here i just cant find the thread.I would like to know how that was done again. Thansk very much for the time reading this.

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    all you need to do is hold down Ctrl + Alt when and then save the action, which should save it as a .txt file, readable and editable in notepad or equivalent. (I explained how to do it in my actions tut here )

    - David


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