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THE PHOTOSHOP CS2 HELP DESK BOOK by Dave Cross

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Upgrading to CS2

Prepare for Installing the Upgrade

Before installing the upgrade to Photoshop CS2, you’ll want to do some preparation, particularly if you have created any custom presets such as brushes or swatches, and/or if you have any actions, scripts, etc. It will make things much easier if you create a folder outside of the Photoshop CS application folder in which you can save all your customized files, using the steps I’ll discuss below. Then you can easily load all these settings back into Photoshop CS2 after you’ve upgraded. For the sake of ease, let’s assume that I started by creating a folder on my desktop called “Custom Stuff.” (Note: Although the steps described are intended for an upgrade from Photoshop CS to CS2, to some degree ...

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