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Duplicate Image (Copies)

I created this script in response to a post from Katrin Eismann, who wanted to be able to specify the number of duplicates to create with Photoshop's Image » Duplicate> command.

This script is designed to replace (i.e., used in place of) the existing Duplicate Image command. It has all same features, and even looks the same, but with the ability to enter the number of duplicates to create!

Free script


To download this script, right-click (Ctrl-click on the Mac) on the link below, and choose "Save Target As".

Duplicate Image (Copies)
Version: 0.1.1 (June 21, 2011)
Download for: Photoshop Script Photoshop CS3+


Download the script and copy it into your "Adobe Photoshop CS#/Presets/Scripts" folder.

After restarting Photoshop, the script should appear in the File » Scripts menu.

For more detailed instructions, see the Installing Scripts section of the Scripting Photoshop, Part 1 tutorial.

Tip: Did you know that you can use the Edit » Keyboard Shortcuts command (Ctrl/Cmd+Alt/Opt+Shift+K) to assign keyboard shortcuts to your scripts? You can also record scripts within actions and then assign function keys to the actions.
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