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Duplicating a Preset

Sometimes it is desirable to create a set of presets that contain the same blocks but with different values. In this case, the first preset can be created and then, rather than repeating the preset creation steps for each additional preset, use the Duplicate button to create exact copies of the first preset.

To create a duplicate of an existing preset:

  1. Click the Processing tab to open the Processing Workspace.
  2. On the Processing Workspace toolbar, click Presets to open the All Presets dialog box.
  3. Click the Command, Toggle, or Selector tab and select the preset you want to duplicate to highlight it.
  4. Click the Duplicate button to create an exact copy of the selected preset.
  5. Customize the preset name. This step is optional but recommended. Naming presets as you create them helps tremendously when working with multiple presets. To edit the name, click the text symbol next to your new listed preset, and then type the name you want in the edit box that appears. Press the Enter key or click the X on the text edit box to close the box and save the name. To cancel, press the Esc key.