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How do I access Custom Shapes or .csh files in Adobe Photoshop?

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I extracted a .csh file to the Custom Shapes folder in Adobe. Can you kindly tell me how to access them from the Photoshop menu? Thanks in advance.
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From About.com:

"Place the *.csh files into:
Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop X\Presets\Custom Shapes where X is the version number for your version of Photoshop.

To load a file, go to the Styles palette, then click the small arrow in the top right corner and choose one of the layer style collections from the menu."

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Also you can check here:

http://heathrowe.com/customshapes.aspx

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Your answer was perfect - thank you so much.
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