Using presets for the Type tool as styles


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Using presets for the Type tool as styles

So in this document you see I have this hanging punctuation as a reminder, that was a little bit of an obscure feature defined in Photoshop. If I get my Text tool here and click inside this text frame or this text layer, if I go to the Paragraph panel, by using this toggle in the Options bar to open up Character and Paragraph panel, that was an option underneath the fly-out menu of the Paragraph panel called Roman Hanging Punctuation. Now if you find that you are using a particular attribute or particular set of attributes over and over and over again, in other application like InDesign, or Word, or something like that, you would create a paragraph style. Now Photoshop doesn't have real paragraph styles, but you kind of have a workaround. You can use tool presets and specifically for the Text tool, if you use tool presets, you can kind of create styles for the text you are going to create. It's not something you can apply to existing text, but you can set the tool up to format...

Using presets for the Type tool as styles
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Using presets for the Type tool as styles provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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