Making custom libraries permanent


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Making custom libraries permanent

You may create color libraries for colors that you use quite often. You may find that you'll have them open on your screen, but when you quit Illustrator and then re-launch it again, those panels go away, and you now need to reload those custom color libraries again. Let me share with you a way that you can actually keep these panels always available on your screen even after you quit and re-launch Illustrator. I'm going to start by creating a new document here, just a regular plain Print document here, and I'm going to my SWATCHES panel. I'm actually going to load one of my custom libraries here.

I already created one in my User Defined section here called HANSEL_CORPORATE, and again, these are the corporate colors that I'm using for Hansel & Petal, and I use those quite often so I want to have those available to me on my screen. I also use PANTONE solid coated colors a lot and I don't want to have to keep loading that library as well, so I'll come back ...

Making custom libraries permanent
Video duration: 2m 50s 4h 44m Intermediate

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Making custom libraries permanent provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Coloring Artwork

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Design
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Illustrator
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