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Lesson 14. Arranging Layer Objects in Im... > Changing multiple lines of type

Changing multiple lines of type

Unlike most word-processing programs, you can change the type characteristics of multiple lines of text in ImageReady without double-clicking or dragging a cursor to select all the words. You’ll see for yourself how easy this is when you select font attributes for the list of menu specialties in the image file.

1.
If the five text layers are not still selected, expand the Menu Summary layer set and Shift-click to select them, or drag a marquee as you did in the previous procedure.

2.
Choose Window > Character to open the Character palette.

3.
In the Character palette, specify the following font options:

  • For Font Family, select a serif font from the pop-up menu. (We used Adobe Garamond.)

  • For Font Style, select Regular, if it is not already selected.

  • For Font Size, type 19 px.

4.
Click the color swatch in the Character palette to open the color picker.

5.
In the color picker, select a dark rose color. (We used R=133, G=109, B=109.) Then click OK to close the color picker.

6.
Choose File > Save, and then admire your finished work because you’ve now completed this lesson.


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