Moving Photoshop actions to a new computer

Posted on 2012-08-29
Last Modified: 2012-08-29
I have a bunch of Photoshop actions on a PC that I am getting rid of and upgrading to a new Mac  but I would like to move the Photoshop actions to the Mac. is there a way to do this?
Question by:Neal Freed
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    Accepted Solution

    In Photoshop's Actions Palette, select the action set you want
    Choose Save actions... from the drop down arrow on the right.

    Copy the folder to your new machine and click load actions in the same palette and laod from the saved location.

    I recommend saving to a USB drive or to dropbox.

    Author Comment

    by:Neal Freed
    I'll try this solution first thing in the morning but it sounds like it should work.

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