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Color Settings to Hard Drive

Photoshop CS3 one-on-one. In preface I am trying to copy color settings to hard drive. I have tried PC location without results. I have tried to find the folder, same result. I am not a novice but search, etc in Vista leads to NO LEADS. I am stumped !! I really want to get started on your book and lessons but really want the color settings.
HP m8100n computer with plenty of memory, etc. Came installed with Windows Vista Home Premium.
I bet I could accomplish this with XP but Vista is the Pits !!
Kindest regards,
Charles Heck
check3@cox.net
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  • Hi Charles,

    Some readers are having trouble installing Deke's color settings in Vista, so I got additional instructions from Total Training -

    Here is how to manually install the two presets in Step 2:

    Go to My Computer, Right click on the training disc and select Open. Go into Deke's CS2 Preferences, go into Color Settings, go into Win, Copy Best Workflow.csf and paste to C:\Program Files\Common Files \Adobe\Color\Settings. (When you open Photoshop, go to Edit > Color Settings. Select More Options and then you will be able to choose Bestworkflow from the drop down.)

    Go back into the training disc. Deke's Preferences CS2 folder > Keyboard Shortcuts > Win. Copy Deke's Keys CS2.kys to (Whichever drive your PSCS2 is on):\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS2\Presets\Keyboard Shortcuts
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    I was able to install the color settings by following the above instructions.
    Thank you again
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