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  1. On the other hand, if you want to start a new document with a particular set of adjustment layers, without worrying about exact settings for each layer, you can make a macro. 1. Create a new document. (I did it with a blank pixel layer ... that's probably not required.) 2. In view>studio make sure that "library" is turned on. The library will appear at the top, left of the page. It will show a list of default macros. 3. In view>studio turn "macro" on. The macro building options will appear in the library. By clicking on the library tab, you can create a new category under which to store your new macros. 4. Press the red record button and add the adjustment layers that you want installed for a new document. If you change the settings on a layer after you create it, these will apply to the new document. Otherwise, the default adjustment values will apply. 5. When you're done, click the square stop button. Now, when you create a new document, you can click on this macro and these adjustment layers will be installed, in the order that they appear in the macro, and with the values you used when recording the macro. You can't use this to apply the adjustment layers of one document to another on the fly, but it's a great time saver if you typically use a starting set of adjustments with most photos.
  2. The following works for me: 1. Open an image that has an adjustment layer set that you like. 2. Group the adjustment layers that you want to copy. 3. Open a second image. 4. Copy the group from image 1 and paste it into the pixel layer of image 2. This copies the adjustment layers and applies them in the same order that they appear in the group. I set up some template images with groups that I use frequently, named them appropriately, and just open whichever one(s) I expect to need at the start of an editing session.
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