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Chapter 9. Working with Type > Anti-aliasing Type

Anti-aliasing Type

You can choose to smooth the edges of, or anti-alias, your type, just as you can with image selections as discussed in Chapter 4. In most cases, you’ll be using Photoshop Elements to create fairly large, display-size text. For this reason, you’ll normally want to anti-alias your text so that it doesn’t appear to be jagged (Figure 9.34).

Figure 9.34. You’ll usually want to anti-alias your type, especially when using larger type sizes. This example shows 60-point type viewed at 200 percent.



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