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  • Batch convert: JPG to PSD ?

    Wondering if you can batch convert JPG files to PSD files in P.E.2?

    Using Save As and converting that way, but often forget to take this step first in work flow. Call me Curious(Lazy).

    Thanks for any help.

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    Sure, just put all the JPGs into one folder, then use Edit>Batch Processing.
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