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Easily Import and Export Presets in Photoshop CS6

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If you work on multiple machines or if you are planning to upgrade to Photoshop CS6, then you might dread the idea of transferring all your presets and settings to the new machine. Photoshop CS6, however makes this process really easy. In this episode of our Introduction to Photoshop CS6 series we will explain how you can quickly import and export your presets and use them across several machines. Let's take a look!


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