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Lesson 5. Layer Basics > Creating alternate text and designating dictionaries

Creating alternate text and designating dictionaries

Photoshop includes a versatile spelling checker that can selectively reference dictionaries for various languages. You can designate entire text layers or individual words to be checked in different dictionaries. When you run the spelling checker, Photoshop automatically compares each word to the appropriate dictionary.

1.
In the Layers palette, select the upper “Mai 18” layer, if it is not still selected.

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

3.
On the dictionary pop-up menu in the lower left corner of the Character palette, select Canadian French.

4.
One after another, select the “Mai 18” layers in the Layers palette and verify that the Character palette indicates an English dictionary for the lower layer and a Canadian French dictionary for the upper layer.

5.
Choose File > Save.


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