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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    open your image.
    In the top command bar,
    go to IMAGE -> MODE -> LAB COLOR

    color lab didnt do anything to my image insofar as turning it into a grayscale image.....nevermind.....i used channel mixer and monochromed it.

    thanks still....much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter
    Open Photoshop.

    In the upper right corner of the Actions palette, there is a small right arrow. Click on it and there will be a dropdown menu, of which one of the choices would be to "Load Action". Click on that, and navigate to the folder where the .ATN file is. Click on that and you're done.

    Now, with any picture, just click on the action, and it will convert the picture to B&W.

    BTW, you can double click on the action to edit its properties, and assign a function key to it. I use F2.
    Thanks very much, Streetshooter.

    darkavgr

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    Upz...for my reading later on... Great workflow!

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