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Summary

Photoshop doesn't have all the type capabilities of a more traditional desktop publishing program, but it can handle most of your typographic needs, whether it's producing a single headline or a block of text precisely placed over a photo. Of course, getting the letters into the picture is only the beginning. After you have the type on the page, you can apply all Photoshop's filters, blending modes, and tools to it. You can warp it, distort it, punch it out of a graphic, or make the letters out of a picture. With Photoshop, your words can come alive. If all you want to do is set type, use a program such as InDesign. If you want to do strange and wonderful things to type, Photoshop has all the tools you need.


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