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Where are the adjustment presets in Aperture 3.5.1 so that I can save a custom preset?
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When you have the Panel open on the left, Library/Info/Adjustments when you click on Adjustments and underneath the Histogram you have Add Adjustments and Effects beside it. If you Add Adjustments you get a whole list, then you tweak them in the Window below, and once you have it how you want, goto Effects Click on it, and down the Bottom it says Save as Effect and Edit Effect. If you have moved only 1 slider, the Save as Effect will not be greyed out.

Click that and a window will come up, and just Name your Effect and click save. Done and done !! That simple

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