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[ADe] Ability to create and save custom document sizes

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Having come from using DrawPlus where I used several saved custom sizes (mainly for web graphics) I would like to be able to create these templates in AD but cannot see how. I realise that AD remembers the last document properties but I would like to create some of my own instead of having to go through the document setup process.


Have I missed something that's already there?

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+1 for this. Trying to use AD/AP for digital comic creation and it's just one of those aspects that is mildly annoying and would be great if there was some sort of "user defined sizes" category. With dealing with printers and clients, the measurements for my documents have to have specific sizes for bleed, trim and such. Fortunately Mac users can get info (command-I) and check the Stationery pad entry (below the Kind-Size...Modified info block), but that still isn't as convenient as having my custom sizes in the New Document dialog box. 


The new document dialog box is pretty much still unchanged in the 1.5 beta. :(

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