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automator continuing after error help


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whenever automator has an error is there a way to skip that step that could not be completed and continue with the rest of the tasks?
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Click on the close box in that step of the workflow and do a 'Save As' then u have both copies to choose from.
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i want to keep that step in, i just dont want to the work flow to stop. most of the time there is not going to be an error but i want to go away while the work flow does it's thing but i cant do that if i constantly have to check on it and switch it around.
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