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    Default How to add copy right/name to images?

    Hi all, can someone explain how to add "(c) 2004 name" or something like that on the image? Thanks

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    do it once in photoshop and record it down to a action
    then run a batch

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    In your photo editing software, go to add text icon. Hold down "Alt key" and key in "0169" on your keypad, this will give you the copyright symbol.

    You can record it as an action in PhotoShop as latmo suggested.

    Here's a video tutorial on how to do a signature.

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    latmo, teerex, thanks for the guidance. Will definitely check it out..

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    I use breezebrowser to create gallery and auto insert the copyright into the images.
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    Thanks megaweb. You have a very nice galleries...a good collection of images and very well categorized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamadam
    Thanks adam, a very relevant article that answers my question. Step by step instruction can't go wrong..

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    Also for ease of use to those have Microsoft office .
    In WORD you have a watermark option which can be edited to suit your needs and put your own logo name whatever onto your photo when you save or print it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steviemac
    Also for ease of use to those have Microsoft office .
    In WORD you have a watermark option which can be edited to suit your needs and put your own logo name whatever onto your photo when you save or print it .
    Hi Steviemac, this is interesting . What are the steps to make this work? Thanks for sharing.

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