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PHOTOSHOP LAYER STYLES HELP


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I work with photoshop alot and i made som cool effects with the layer styles. I use them on many different projects but on each new one I have to re-do all of the work! Is there any way to somehow save the properties of the layer to pre-sets or a list in photoshop so all i have to do is drag and drop next time? I use Photoshop CS 8.0.

Thanks in advance

Edited by 11010110, 15 July 2006 - 12:28 PM.

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Save the file as a .psd, and each time you load it the layer properties are still there. You can then use that file as a template for other images.
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I thought of that but i just wish there was another way lol. I guess not. thanks ayway tho
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