PHOTOSHOP - How can you use one image but make it multiple sizes without making 10 different smart objects?

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I'm trying to recreate this in photoshop and template it out so that I can have a speedier workflow, as I have about 1000+ images to do this with for a client. I was wondering if there's a way that I can just take one image and have it automatically adjust to all the sizes. I know that I can smart object each and every one of thim, which kind of speeds up the process...but is it possible to just have one smart object, add the image, then all the frames are filled? I hope that makes sense. Thanks to all who can help. :)

-Josh

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Copy the smart object layer, size as needed, replace contents -- and all of them will be updated.
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That did it, thanks a lot. :)
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That makes picture packages _really_ easy. (and was part of the idea when we designed Smart Objects)
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Can't believe I've been using smart objects for so long and never knew you could duplicate them to do something like this. You learn something new everyday..ha!