Bitmap Manipulator

May 24, 2010

Rarely do I work on a project that doesn’t involve any bitmaps. This has become more true with the explosion of digital photography. With the Bitmap Manipulator macro, you can make changes to all of the bitmaps in your document with a single command.

You can change bitmaps to a different color model, change their resolution, downsample, adaptive unsharp and more. Bitmaps inside of groups and PowerClips are included and everything can be undone with a single undo. If you are working with bitmaps in your projects, you’ll want to give this macro a look.

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