InDesign 2022 Document Presets

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Is there a way to reorder your document presets? I need them in a certain order for my workflow. Thanks

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If I'm understanding your question, File menu > Document Presets will give you a dialog where you can make a new set or load an old one.

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Correct, but as I keep making presets, new ones are requested so they don't appear in the order I wish. I have 5 publications, each one having a different set of specs. I would like to shuffle the order around so I can group the presets together by publication.

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It doesn't appear to be a capability of document presets.

 

I would view feature requests here:

 

https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests

 

You can search for previous feature requests here (I saw at least one about organizing presets) and vote for them.

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thank you

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If you really wanted to, you could probably save and export each one, delete the existing set, and reload in the order you want. Kind of a pain, though. 

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