Canon 10D User Guide (en)

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If a JPEG or TIFF image is adjusted with the tool palette 
(p.69 to p.76)
 
and then saved in the same way as a RAW image as described below, 
the image can be saved as a separate image with the adjustments 
applied to it.
Furthermore, if a trimmed image 
 is also saved in the same way, it actually becomes a trimmed or 
dust-erased image.
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Saving as a JPEG or TIFF Image 
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Batch save as JPEG or TIFF images (batch processing) 
By saving as a separate JPEG or TIFF image as explained above, the 
adjustments made with the tool palette are applied, and some image 
deterioration that accompanies editing/saving occurs as when editing 
with ordinary image editing software.
Applying Editing Contents to Another Image
You can copy editing contents performed on a JPEG or TIFF image and 
apply them to another image with the procedures below, in the same 
way as with RAW images.
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Applying adjustment contents to another image 
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Utilizing adjustment contents (recipe) 
Printing
Edited JPEG and TIFF images can be printed with the procedures 
below as with RAW images.
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Printing 
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Printing with shooting information 
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Printing a thumbnail list (contact sheet printing) 
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Printing RAW images on a high-end Canon printer
Saving as a Separate Image
Re-Editing an Image
Only the image processing conditions are changed in images adjusted 
with the tool palette 
(p.69 to p.76)
, so the “original image data itself” 
remains unaffected. Also, the trimming range or dust-erasure 
information of a trimmed image 
 or dust-erased image 
 is simply saved to the image.
For this reason, you can undo any adjustments saved 
 to the 
image, trimming range and dust-erasure information, and revert to the 
condition when last saved, or when the image was shot.
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Select the image that is to be re-edited.
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Select the [Adjustment] menu   desired item.
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The image reverts to the conditions of the selected item.