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Going from AI on Windows XP to AI on Windows 7

Going from AI on Windows XP to AI on Windows 7

Going from AI on Windows XP to AI on Windows 7

I'm used to installing presets by copying them directly to the appropriate folder of CS4 which, in Windows XP, I found at C:\Documents and Settings\my folder\Application Data\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator CS4 Settings\en_US.  I'm in the process of installing a new computer running Windows 7, and I'm feeling a bit lost.  I've installed AI but have no idea where to put my saved presets.  Or perhaps there is an easier way to install presets? (There are lots of other things I don't know yet, but I'll start with this one. smile)

RE: Going from AI on Windows XP to AI on Windows 7

The lost is found -- in case anyone else needs to know, the AI CS4 presets are at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator CS4\Presets.  And Photoshop presets are also under C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe PhotoshopCS4\Presets.

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