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After you have customized your print layout, you may want to save it as a custom print template. So here we're going to take a look at three shortcuts. We'll look at how we can create a new print template folder, how we can create a new print template, and also how we can save our print settings as a Collection. All right, well first let's create a new print template folder. To do that, press Shift+Command+N on a Mac, or Shift+Control+N on Windows, and I'll go ahead and just name this CO - Templates. Next click Create. Here in the Template Browser you can see that I now have my own custom folder.
Next, in order to save this particular layout as a print template, we can do that by pressing the shortcut Command+N on a Mac, or Control+N on Windows. I'm just going to name this one Simple, and I want to save this inside of the folder, my folder there that we just created, and then we'll click Create. So now we have this custom template which we could then use with other photographs as well. Now, whenever you're creating custom templates, and you're working with images, it may be a good idea to save all of these settings out; in other words, to save not just the template, but to save the image or images that you used for that template.
To do that, we can go ahead and click on this button here, Create Saved Print, or you can press Command+S on a Mac, or Control+S on Windows; think S for saved. And I'll go ahead and just save this one out as Simple-New, and then I'll include the used photos here, and then click Create. In doing that, you can see that I now have a print Collection, with all of these settings which we've customized, and also with the photograph or photographs that have been selected.
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