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Is there a way to set a template for onscreen text titles? So every time I put text on the screen I don't have to change all the settings so they match, one to another?

I'm doing a short video where I try many different versions of something and have 30-40 of these, so it'd be nice to not have to re-select font, style, and color of the text every time.

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Is there a way to set a template for onscreen text titles? So every time I put text on the screen I don't have to change all the settings so they match, one to another?

I'm doing a short video where I try many different versions of something and have 30-40 of these, so it'd be nice to not have to re-select font, style, and color of the text every time.

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Oct 03, 2020

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The only way to do that in current versions of Premiere Elements is to right-click on a Style on the Titles Adjustments panel and select Set Style as Default. You can not create your own style and set it as default.

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