All Files Creating an Eraser Preset You can create your own custom eraser preset by configuring your eraser, then adding it as a preset. How to create an eraserpreset Make sure the current drawing layer is vector if you wish to create a vector eraser preset, or bitmap if you wish to create a bitmap eraser preset—see About Vector and Bitmap Layers In the Tools toolbar, select the Eraser tool or press Alt + E. Click on the Arrow button to open the Eraser Properties dialog. Configure your brush to be exactly how you wish to use it in the future—see Creating a Solid Eraser and Creating a Textured Eraser. Do one of the following: From the Eraser Properties dialog, click on the New Brush Preset button in the top-right corner. In the Tool Properties view, click the New Brush Preset button. In the Tool Properties view, open the Brush Presets menu and select New Brush Preset. In the New Preset window, type a name for your new eraser preset. Your new eraser preset is added to the end of the list of eraser presets.