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Rename And Save Ie Images


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Hi All,

 

I noticed that some websites containing images use the same filename for all images. For example, instead of different filenames such as image1.jpg, image2.jpg, etc., the website names all of their images with the same filename, such as "untitled.bmp". It's tedious to manually change the filename every time I want to save another image.

 

The macro would work as follows: I right-click on an image and choose "Save Picture As...". The dialogue box appears "Save Picture". The macro would detect identical filenames already saved and automatically assign a new name before saving the image.

 

Thanx,

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And your question is..... :huh:

 

Assuming if you are asking if this can be done it can. I have a subroutine that takes a file name and path and check to see if it's unique. If it isn't it adds a number on the end until the file name is unique. Pretty simple.

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And your question is..... :huh:

 

Assuming if you are asking if this can be done it can. I have a subroutine that takes a file name and path and check to see if it's unique. If it isn't it adds a number on the end until the file name is unique. Pretty simple.

Cory:

 

Please provide the script for your subroutine.

 

Regards,

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OK, now try my link. In the beginning I had a more lengthy way of generating the padded number then I thougth of a quick and dirty means that worked a lot better. Enjoy!

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