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1. Setting Up Basic Assets > Organizing Your Work with Adobe Bridge - Pg. 22

P Note: Before you start working on this lesson, make sure that you've installed the Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium software on your computer, and have correctly copied the Lessons folder from the DVD in the back of this book onto your computer's hard drive (see "Copying the Classroom in a Book files" on page 3). Organizing Your Work with adobe Bridge In this lesson, you'll set up some of the basic assets that you'll use for projects in this book. You'll be working in Adobe Bridge, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop Extended, and Adobe Acrobat. Adobe Bridge CS6 provides integrated, centralized access to your project files and enables you to quickly browse through your creative assets visually--regardless of what format they're in--making it easy for you to locate, organize, and view your files. adding folders to your Favorites To help you access your files easily, Adobe Bridge adds your Pictures and Documents folders (Mac) or your My Pictures and My Documents folders (Windows) to the Favorites panel by default. You can add as many of your fre- quently used applications, folders, and documents as you like. In the Preferences dialog box for Adobe Bridge you can even specify which of the default favorites you want to keep in the Favorites panel. After you've copied the Lessons folder from the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Classroom in a Book disc to your hard drive, it's a good idea to add your Lessons folder to the Favorites panel in Adobe Bridge, so that the files you'll use for the lessons in this book will be only a click away. You could add your Lesson01 folder right below that