Copying and moving multiple photos across locations can be accomplished using RS10’s Copy to Clipboard function.

Begin by locating the location file that you wish to edit. For more information, see Browsing Locations and Finding a Specific Location.

Once you are in the Location Details page, select the Location Photos sub-menu.

1. Select Photos to Add to Clipboard

In the Images field, select the photos that you wish to copy or move by selecting the checkboxes below the images. Once selected, the images will be highlighted with a green box. Go to one of the Actions buttons on the right-hand side of the Images field and select Copy to Clipboard from the drop-down menu.

Copies of your images will appear in a Clipboard pane above the Images field on the Location Photos page. Above the photos, the location number from where they have been copied is referenced. This is a clickable link.

2. Go to the “Target” Location

Select the location to which you want to add the copied photos. You can select the Browse sub-menu to find the location that you are looking for, or you can follow the directions provided in the Finding a Specific Location section of this user guide.

After finding the location that you are looking for, click the Edit pencil next to the name.

On the next screen, click on the Photos tab or the Upload photos symbol in the upper right-hand toolbar.

Your Clipboard photos will appear above the Images field. Using the Action button on the right-hand side, select Copy Image(s) to this Location from the drop-down menu.

Copies of the images in your Clipboard will now appear in the Images pane. Clipboard images can be applied to as many locations as you like.

When you are finished moving copied images, you can erase your Clipboard by selecting the Clipboard Actions button, and clicking Remove from Clipboard from the drop-down menu.

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