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Sync Photoshop’s Color Settings With All Creative Suite Apps

In a previous tutorial, we learned how to make a few simple but important changes to the default color settings in Photoshop to make sure we have the largest possible range of colors and tonal values available to us when editing and retouching our images. We also learned how to save our changes as a custom preset that we can easily switch to when needed.
That’s great if the only program we use is Photoshop itself. But what if, like many people, you purchased Photoshop as part of a larger Creative Suite package, or a Creative Cloud subscription, that also includes Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and other applications? In that case, you’ll want to make sure they’re all using the same color settings you set up in Photoshop so you can maintain accurate colors as you move your images from one application to another. Fortunately, as we’ll learn in this tutorial, there’s no need to open each app separately to change its settings because Adobe made it easy to synchronize Photoshop’s color settings with the entire Creative Suite or Creative Cloud. The only catch is that you won’t find the option to do so anywhere in Photoshop. Instead, we synchronize our color settings using Adobe Bridge.
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