I am not sure exactly what you are asking, but perhaps you may be thinking of an action?
You can simply record the steps -- adding the separate adjustment layers and making the required settings in each -- into an action you then save. You can then call this action up and run it on individual images or batch-process a folder full of images with it.
Thank you Jack for answering to me...
and what you suggested could be an answer to my problem...
However I did that thing while back and i read it it somewhere..did not invent it...but I was able to save a .psf file in the proof setup menu...
i have a 1280 epson and i am/was not happy with the end results...so I tweaked an image until i obtained really what i wanted to appear in the print correcting through layers...somewhat I was able to save these in the proof setup so I can call it anytime..
since then i changed equipment and i am not able to redo that same command..
it's a mystery!!!