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How to toggle through 'apply preset' menu in 'basic' in ACR (Adobe Camera RAW)

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Oct 13, 2017 Oct 13, 2017

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I'm new to ACR and find the presets already loaded in ACR (accessible through 'basic' and 'apply preset') are excellent.  Is there a way to to easily toggle through each of the 90 or so presets, applying them to the photo I'm working on without going back to 'basic' and 'apply preset'?  I'm sure there is a simple and screamingly obvious answer. 

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Community Expert , Oct 14, 2017 Oct 14, 2017

Unfortunately, i don't believe there's a way to use a shortcut or any keys to do that.

You can however go to the Presets tab to select a preset and that'll at least save you from having to go to the fly-out menu every time

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Moved to the Camera Raw forum.

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Unfortunately, i don't believe there's a way to use a shortcut or any keys to do that.

You can however go to the Presets tab to select a preset and that'll at least save you from having to go to the fly-out menu every time

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