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    Customizing keys in photoshop

    I have Cs2 and I forgot which window that I can customize keys from, Such as brushes and such. And on a side not does anyone know how to put all your favorite brushes on a certain brush preset?

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    Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts

    Your second question is a bit confusing. If you mean how do you set your current brush/+brush settings to a preset; in the brush palette you can simply click the "New" icon in the bottom right hand corner, right next to the trash can icon.

    Alternatively you can go to Edit > Define Brush Preset

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    i think the second question he means how do you combine all of your favorite brushes to one brush set .

    what you can do (there is probably an easier way, but this works), is open the file that contains your brushes.. /program files/photoshop/resources/brushes, then when you have CS3 open, click on the actual .abr files that you want to combine brushes from. This will open the brushes without getting rid of the ones you have open already. Delete the ones you dont want in the set, then save the set as a new name. Im pretty sure there is a way to do this in the program but i dont know how.. but this is how i do it.

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    Yeah. Just open up every brush set that contains brushes you'd like to use; in the brush menu click the little arrow to bring up the flyout, and select "Preset Manager"

    This will allow you to select and delete all the brushes you don't want in the set. Once you've completed your set, just click Save and give it a name. You've now got an .abr with all your desired brushes.

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