Us­ing text

ImagineFX - - Photoshop Quick Fixes -

The Text icon is that cap­i­tal T in the lower half of the Tools Win­dow, and right-click­ing it en­ables you to change the ori­en­ta­tion. The Prop­er­ties bar at the top of the screen gives you size, shape, jus­ti­fi­ca­tion and font op­tions so you can cus­tomise your text. Any fonts in­stalled on your com­puter are ac­ces­si­ble in Pho­to­shop, although hav­ing too many can slow down the pro­gram (which is also a down­side to hav­ing too many brushes). Text can be al­tered with the Free Trans­form process men­tioned pre­vi­ously (right-click the layer and ras­ter­ize it first) and click­ing the warped T over a curved line (in the Prop­er­ties bar once again) will open up some use­ful pre­set warp­ing op­tions.

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