Are the objects in the Library saved as an uneditable file?

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May 05, 2021 May 05, 2021

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Hi,

 

I'm still fairly new to Adobe. Over the past month, I've been adding my artwork to the Library (through Illustrator, PS, and ID). Today I tried to drag and drop something in that library expecting to be able to edit the color of the image I was importing (if that's the right word), but I couldn't. I could scale it, though. 

 

The items in the Library, what perameters are we able to edit when placing them into a document? Is there something I can do when adding an artwork to the Library to increase the flexibility? (Right now, I've been grouping all the files before I drop them into the library.)

 

Thank you,

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Adobe Community Professional , May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
the editability of library objects shouldn't change.  eg, if you add an ai file to your cc library, it remains an ai file and is fully editable (in ai) after retrieving.

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the editability of library objects shouldn't change.  eg, if you add an ai file to your cc library, it remains an ai file and is fully editable (in ai) after retrieving.

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