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Adobe Bridge File Browser

With the release of Adobe Creative Suite 2, Adobe has taken the file browser from Photoshop and turned it into a separate application: Adobe Bridge. Adobe Bridge is included with Photoshop CS2, Illustrator CS2, InDesign CS2, and GoLive CS2. Here you can find tutorials, add-ons, and other resources for users of Adobe Bridge file browser.

Add Your Favorite Headlines to Adobe Bridge Center
If you purchased the Adobe Creative Suite 2, you can add news feeds from your favorite Web sites to the Adobe Bridge Center in Adobe Bridge. Here are instructions for how to add news feeds to Bridge and suggestions on some Adobe related news feeds you may wish to add to the Bridge Center.

Adobe Bridge Visual Tour
Photoshop's File Browser has been completely rebuilt and renamed Adobe Bridge. The Bridge is an entirely separate application that can be launched independently and becomes the new hub for the Creative Suite. Adobe Bridge is included with Photoshop Cs2, Illustrator CS2, InDesign CS2, and GoLive CS2. Here's a visual tour of Adobe Bridge.

Images from a Digital Camera or Card Reader into Adobe Bridge
You can import your media files from your camera or card reader into Adobe Bridge in a few easy steps.

Introducing the new Adobe Bridge Slideshow
"Bridge is primarily designed to enhance the workflow between all the programs in the Adobe CS2 Creative Suite. But one of the cool new features in Bridge is the Slideshow viewing mode."

Reveal in Bridge
How to get access to Bridge from within the Finder or Explorer.

Rank and File Plug-in Script for Adobe Bridge
The Rank and File Plug-in Script for Adobe Bridge lets you extend the Digital Asset Management capabilities of Adobe Bridge in several ways.

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