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PShop I'm trying to batch rename a folder of images, that I have done many times before, but this time, I am informed that some of the files are locked. I am unaware as to how this has happened, and more, how to unlock and resolve. Any help gratefully received

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It will be a Read only file thats the problem. Go to the folder if u have copied from the CD. In the folder properties uncheck read only file. These may solve the problem

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Photoshop automate-batch rename

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