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OS 10.5 - re-naming mulitple fotos


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this is probably in the wrong section but here goes..

in windows(spit).. if i have say 50 fotos and i want to re-name them, all i do is highlight the lot and click rename!.... how do i do it on the mac running leopard?
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In iPhoto (the app, NOT the library) highlight the photos you want to change, click on "Photos" on the menubar, then "Batch Change". You can even add a consecutive number to each if you want. If you are using iPhoto for your organizational needs, stay out of the finder. DO NOT rename files in the library in finder, or you will cause iPhoto to not be able to find your photos, and will render the app non-functional.

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