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Keyword Sets

New Here ,
Dec 03, 2022 Dec 03, 2022

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I work with Keyword Sets (to make keywording faster). I have developed 20 keyword sets in Lightroom Classic. When I update Lightroom Classic, I lose my keyword sets. I am trying to export (and import) keyword sets. Is this possible? I notice in my files that the three default keyword sets are in the program files (Users>Owner>AppData>Roaming>Adobe>Lightroom>Keyword Sets) but I don't see the ones that I've developed. I have also tried to modify the default sets and see if I can save the new set that way, but it won't work.

 

How do I include my unique keyword sets in the file listed above? How do I back them up rather than recreating them when I update my software? Thanks for any and all help!

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Dec 03, 2022 Dec 03, 2022

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It's working for me (Windows, 12.0.1 Release): in C:\users\[username]\appdata\roaming\adobe\lightroom (as you say)

a new "xxxx.lrtemplate" file appears the moment I save that out.

 

If you have got "store presets with Catalog" checked - maybe take a look there instead?

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I had checked the box to store presets with the catalog. I unchecked them and was able to paste my keyword sets in the appropriate place. Thanks for your help!

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Alongside the Catalog is a perfectly valid place to store presets, if you have a particular reason to do that. The standard central option is IMO much easier to deal with though.

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