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save custom brush to CC library

Explorer ,
Jul 16, 2020

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Win 10, latest version of Illustrator.

 

I can't seem to save a custom brush to my CC libraries.

 

1. Can it be done?

2. How to do it?

 

Thanks,

 

Phil

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Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

No, you cannot save an Illustrator brush to a CC library.

But you can work around it by creating an object with your brush applied (or multiple objects with different brushes) and drag them to the CC library.

When you want to use them in another document, Alt - Drag them from the library onto the artboard.

You can delete the dragged objects because the brushes are now added to the brushes panel.

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save custom brush to CC library

Explorer ,
Jul 16, 2020

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Win 10, latest version of Illustrator.

 

I can't seem to save a custom brush to my CC libraries.

 

1. Can it be done?

2. How to do it?

 

Thanks,

 

Phil

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Ton Frederiks | Adobe Community Professional

No, you cannot save an Illustrator brush to a CC library.

But you can work around it by creating an object with your brush applied (or multiple objects with different brushes) and drag them to the CC library.

When you want to use them in another document, Alt - Drag them from the library onto the artboard.

You can delete the dragged objects because the brushes are now added to the brushes panel.

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No, you cannot save an Illustrator brush to a CC library.

But you can work around it by creating an object with your brush applied (or multiple objects with different brushes) and drag them to the CC library.

When you want to use them in another document, Alt - Drag them from the library onto the artboard.

You can delete the dragged objects because the brushes are now added to the brushes panel.

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Jul 17, 2020

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Thanks for the assistance.

 

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Good to hear that helped.

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