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Apr 23, 2010

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Have an older  (unknown) version number of Adobe

3 sets of photo's were taken and downloaded to the Digital Camera Photos folder on our computer.

How to select as a group and copy the images to 3 separate folders.

In other words from 'group folder'  to 'abc' folder, 'def' folder and 'ghi' folder.

There are more than 25 photos to each group.

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Have an older  (unknown) version number of Adobe

3 sets of photo's were taken and downloaded to the Digital Camera Photos folder on our computer.

How to select as a group and copy the images to 3 separate folders.

In other words from 'group folder'  to 'abc' folder, 'def' folder and 'ghi' folder.

There are more than 25 photos to each group.

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You should look here for the correct forum for your Adobe program (which you haven't named)

http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa

and post your question again that forum, this time giving details about your setup and explaining your problem clearly.

This forum is for discussions about the forums themselves.

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You should look here for the correct forum for your Adobe program (which you haven't named)

There was only one in 1062, Claudio.

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Jacob Bugge wrote:

You should look here for the correct forum for your Adobe program (which you haven't named)

There was only one in 1062, Claudio.

That passed well above my head... Care to explain?

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Claudio,

That passed well above my head... Care to explain?

You are closer than you think: usually, a 4 digit part of a screen name signifies a year (of birth, education, first use of application, or similar), and the oldcitypart added to it, so my thoughts wandered to the creative software that was to become the Adobe applications; and they were still all in the head back then.

This reminds me of a four year old Illustrator thread about tracing a skull from Gray's Anatomy, 1918 edition, actually the one shown in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gray%27s_Anatomy :

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