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 By going to Resources > Import Resources, you can import your own files into your project. You can drag and drop or click "​Browse"​ to import 001 Game Creator compatible resource files into this window. It will also accept **[[sounds|Sounds and Music]]** as well as RPG Maker assets such as **[[tilesets|Tile-Sets]]** and charactersets (**[[Sprites]]**). The RTP will be automatically formatted for use in the relevant sections, though some assets may require customisation to set up properly. By going to Resources > Import Resources, you can import your own files into your project. You can drag and drop or click "​Browse"​ to import 001 Game Creator compatible resource files into this window. It will also accept **[[sounds|Sounds and Music]]** as well as RPG Maker assets such as **[[tilesets|Tile-Sets]]** and charactersets (**[[Sprites]]**). The RTP will be automatically formatted for use in the relevant sections, though some assets may require customisation to set up properly.
  
-//**Please note: Raw graphic files currently CANNOT be imported this way. Please use the **[[sprites|Sprite]]** and **[[tilesets|Tile-Set]]** editors to import these types of files.**//+//**Please note: Raw graphic files currently CANNOT be imported this way. Please use the [[sprites|Sprite]] and [[tilesets|Tile-Set]] editors to import these types of files.**//
  
 For creating Art specifically,​ check out the **[[art|For Artists]]** page. For creating Art specifically,​ check out the **[[art|For Artists]]** page.
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