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I am using Canon Digital Photo Professional to process a large quantity of images I took in an event. After some work on individual pictures, I realized that merely all of them will benefit from lifting the sharpness a little bit.

DPP allows you to define recipes, but AFAIK a recipe will adjust all of the RAW settings. Is there a way of selecting all images and adjusting just the sharpness (or any other single setting, for that matter)?

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The solution is to select all the required images from the regular folder window (using Ctrl/Shift for multiple selections). Then, click the Tool button at the top left toolbar to open the Tool palette and adjust the global settings.

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