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RESETTING YOUR TYPE

If you're into typography, Photoshop gives you loads of typographical control. You can adjust everything from tracking, kerning, and dozens of other characteristics. The downside is—the Character palette (where we make most of these tweaks) keeps your last-used settings as a default. If you did some major type tweaking to your last line of type, it might need some major “undoing” in the Character palette to get you back to normal type settings. Rather than manually resetting every field, you can quickly reset Photoshop's type to its “default” standard settings by going to the Character palette and choosing Reset Character from the palette's flyout menu.


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