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  1. Just got the new Image Manager as a total surprise. Trying to find out how it works, but one important action defies me. I cannot find out from instructions or otherwise how to move multiple keywords in one go from an old image to a new one with multiple common keywords. It looks as if I will have to move these one by one unless someone can come to my assistance with a method. If I copy keywords from an old image to the new tags field they simply don't show up. Very frustrating and time consuming if I have to do it bit by bit. It was a doddle to do it in the old set-up. Another issue is that when I captioned an image the actual caption is not in view, but the counting shows 115/150 so there must be something there. Does anyone know how to make the caption visible? It looks to me as if this change adds a lot of exttra work to the keywording if there is no way to transfer common keywords to new images. I have had a look but cannot find a previouse topic on this. If there is one I apologise and request that I be given a reference. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
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