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KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

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I would like to select multiple images in Library and have keywords apply to all of the selected.  When I "select" i.e. get them to light

up around the border, the keywords seem to stick to only the first one chosen.  What can I do to fix this?

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Correct Answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Select them then click the keyword you want to assign to them.

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KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

LR 6 CC on MAC

I would like to select multiple images in Library and have keywords apply to all of the selected.  When I "select" i.e. get them to light

up around the border, the keywords seem to stick to only the first one chosen.  What can I do to fix this?

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Correct Answer by Just Shoot Me | Adobe Community Professional

Select them then click the keyword you want to assign to them.

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Re: KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

I should note that I know I can do this prior to importing but these images I ask about are already in the Library and Catalog.

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Re: KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

Select them then click the keyword you want to assign to them.

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Re: KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

Adobe Community Professional , Sep 17, 2017

Oh you have to be in the Grid view and select them there. Not in the film strip.

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Re: KEYWORDING MULTIPLE IMAGES ALREADY IMPORTED?

You can also turn AutoSync on and keyword all the selected photos from the other views but as JSM said it is a lot easier to do this in Grid view.

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