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Working with Type

Although Photoshop is not by definition a type setting application, such as Adobe InDesign, it does have some very powerful type features. For example, Adobe Photoshop allows you to output PostScript text to a printer with a PostScript option. This way you will not need to place Photoshop images into type intensive applications, such as InDesign or Illustrator, just to create a few lines of text. In addition, Photoshop's new type menu lets you see fonts as they will print or display. For designers that use a lot of fonts, this WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) font menu is a timesaver. You can use Type preferences () to help you select the type and font options you want to use in Photoshop.


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