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You can make a layer and then make sublayers which is sort of like what you want
Thanks for that... I think i need to 'step outside' the photoshop square i live in.
Yes, it's a different package.
Yes yes, different package, You are a smarty pants.
Can you also tell me how to keep my 'default' colour swatches in the palette?
When i start a new document, I only have [registration] and [none] in the palette
and need to load them in each time.
when you have created all your color swatches, you can then 'save swatch library' in the swatches menu - its the little down facing arrow in the swatch pull out palette (whatever its proper name may be).
Ok the default swatches should open with each new document, if that are not doing so then one of two things probably is occurring!
1 you have accidentally opened the default print document deleted the swatches because you probably did not need them for wha you were working on and then did a save and overwrote the default document and now the swatches are gone.
2 You selected a custom made document profile that had now swatches, except the ones you say are there, when creating a new document and that is being defaulted as the next new document,Illustrator remembers the last document setting.
Thank you . Have fixed by saving the swatches.
select the layers you want to group, then right click and choose 'group'. This will link the layers together and group them into a folder