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How to Use the Automator - Watch Me Do - Mac OS X Leopard

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: In this video, Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri explains how to use the Automator program to perform a series of commands in Mac OS X Leopard. How to Use Automator --------------------------------------------------------------------- You can use the Automator program on your Mac to set up multiple actions to create a certain result in one step. The program has various uses for movies, music, text, documents and photos.?For example, you could use the Automator to create, resize, flip and automatically open an image in one single step.?1. In the Applications folder, open Automator.?2. The Automator will provide several templates to use. Select Workflow and click Choose.3. On the left side of the Automator window, select Library -- Photos -- Take Video Snapshot. Drag?Take Video Snapshot into the workflow region of the Automator window. You can rename it and select where to save it.?4. In Library -- Photos, drag Flip Images into the workflow and select a flip option.?5. In Library -- Photos, drag Scale Image into the workflow.?You can select to change the image by size or percentage.6. In Library -- Photos, drag Open Images in Preview into the workflow.?7. Click Run in the top right corner. The Automator will perform all the actions at once.? Read more by visiting our page at:
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