Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Margins and indentation, part of Photoshop CS6: Text.
Photoshop provides you with rather detailed controls for affecting the …overall alignment for text within paragraphs. …Let's take a look at how we can adjust the overall alignment for paragraphs as …well as individual lines within the paragraph. …I'll start off by selecting the Text layer on the Layers panel and then …choosing the Type tool from the toolbox. And then I'll click on the button to …bring up my Character and Paragraph panels. …And on the Paragraph panel you'll see that we have some controls that allow us …to adjust the overall indentation and alignment of our paragraphs.…
I'll start off by clicking inside the left alignment text box and then I'll …press the up arrow key and the down arrow key to increase or decrease that value. …Or, I can hold the Shift key while increasing or decreasing the value. …Or, I can hold the Shift key while pressing the up or down arrow keys to …increase by a larger degree. I'll go ahead then and press Enter or …Return on the keyboard to make that adjustment. …
- Type tool basics
- Editing, moving, and aligning text
- Basic text attributes
- Character and Paragraph panels overview
- Kerning and tracking
- Vertical and horizontal scaling
- Transforming text
- Adding layer effects
- Putting an image inside text
Skill Level Intermediate
Graphic Design Foundations: Typographywith Ina Saltz2h 23m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Text
2. Basic Text Appearance
3. Advanced Text Appearance
4. Aligning Text
5. Advanced Text Options
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