Editing and formatting text and shapes


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Editing and formatting text and shapes

It's one thing to simply create basic text. What you want to do next is format it, adjust its size, and font, its character and line spacing, plus the paragraph alignment and position in the screen. I cover those features in this movie. You might also want to add color, a border, a gradient or a drop shadow. I explain those topics in the following movie, Using styles and templates with text and shapes. Let's start here in this project with a little blue background. I've already got a little title made for this, very simple one. Now you think if you double-click it that would open up the Titling tool, but it doesn't. It opens up this little preview window. So you can't edit it there.

The only way you can edit text that you already made is to drag it down to the timeline. It seems like an extra step but that's just the way it is. Then double-click it to open it up and there is the Titling tool ready to go. In this case, the Titling tool started with the blinking cursor ...

Editing and formatting text and shapes
Video duration: 5m 10s 6h 26m Beginner

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Editing and formatting text and shapes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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Premiere Elements
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