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Saving Actions into Sets

Once you discover the advantage to using actions,you'll be creating actions for all those dull, boring repetitive tasks, and life inside Photoshop will never be the same again. As the days go on, you'll see your list of actions growing longer and longer. Sooner or later (probably sooner), you'll develop so many actions that scrolling down the Actions palette to find you favorite actions becomes a job in itself. The Action palette has the ability to hold as many actions as you need, and it also gives you the ability to organize those actions into sets. Action sets are like file folders; they hold groups of actions. For example, you might have a group of actions that perform image restoration, and another group for color correction. Using the Actions palette, you can create two sets, one for each kind. Once a set is created, it can be removed from the Actions palette, and reloaded when needed. Action sets can also be distributed to other users.


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