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Editing text

Long after you've added Type layers to an image in the Full Edit workspace, you'll be able to come back into those Type layers and edit them. As long as you've saved the file in a format that retains layers like the .PSD format or the TIFF format. Remember that if you save a file as a jpg all of the layers are flattened, so you no longer will have Editable Type layers. If I want to make a change that will affect all of the text on a type layer, I first need to select that entire layer. There are a couple of ways to do that. One way is to go to the layer in the layers panel and double-click the T icon on that layer.

That selects the entire layer of type and adds this white highlight over the layer. The problem with this is that it kind of obscures the type and it changes the color in which the type appears. So I am going to cancel by going up to the options bar and clicking this red Cancel sign and show you another way to select an entire layer of type. Let's say that I'm...

Editing text
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Editing text provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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