Saving the Panel
It's a good idea to save this panel in place as a workspace, in the event that you have to reset your Tools settings. Click on Window > Workspace > New Workspace, and you'll have the option to give this workspace a name. The great part about saving the workspace is that you can save keyboard shortcuts and menus as well (see Figure 9).
At this point, we've kept Adobe Configurator open and exported the new panel to Photoshop, but we haven't saved what we designed in Configurator. Go back into the Configurator program and click on File > Save Panel As to save this configuration as a GPC file. Now, not only do you have the option to make Photoshop exactly as complex (or simple) as you want it to be, but you can share that panel with other people or add to it at a later date.
If you want to take a look at Adobe Configurator in a little more depth, check out our Configurator classes at KelbyTraining.com.