by Julieanne Kost

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Created

May 29, 2014

To have Lightroom show you any missing files in your catalog, in the Library module select All Photographs in the Catalog panel. Then, select Library > Find All Missing Photos. The missing photos will be displayed in the grid and “Missing Photographs” will be added to the list in the Catalog panel (see below).

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Note: if “Missing Photographs” is already listed in the Catalog panel (from a previous search), you should choose Library > Find All Missing Photos again so that Lightroom will run the search based on the current state of your images (otherwise Lightroom will use a cached result that might not be accurate).

 

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  • By Whanauli - 6:01 PM on June 1, 2014  

    Hi Julieanne,
    I enjoy your tutorials on YouTube. Here I would like to ask you a question?
    On Photoshop or Lightroom, they have a save changes window appear before quitting, have some buttons
    (Don’t Save) (Cancel) (Save)
    (Overwrite) (Skip) (Cancel) (Use Unique Name)
    Is there any short cut keys to navigate the buttons rather to use the mouse
    Thank very much.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 8:50 AM on June 3, 2014  

      Return will save (if it’s the default button) and tapping the “D” key (at least on Mac) will choose don’t save.