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Chapter 13. Gradients > To save the current gradients to a file:

To save the current gradients to a file:

1.
To open the Gradient Editor, choose the Gradient tool, then click the Gradient sample on the options bar. Or double-click an existing Gradient Fill layer thumbnail on the Layers palette, then click the gradient sample at the top of the Gradient Fill dialog box.

2.
Click Save, enter a name (keep the .grd extension), leave the default location as is (in Windows: Program Files > Adobe > Photoshop 7.0 > Presets > Gradients; in the Mac OS: Applications > Adobe Photoshop 7 > Presets > Gradients), then click Save. All the gradients currently displayed in the Presets panel will be saved to that separate file, and that file name will appear on the gradient picker menu after you relaunch Photoshop. (Read about the Preset Manager on pages 404—406.)

3.
Click OK.


Wendy Grossman combined Photoshop gradients and Illustrator patterns to produce this Guitar with Wine image.



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