Sunday, November 22, 2009

Select multiple text layers in Photoshop

This is part 10 of the Photoshop quick tip series where you will learn how to select multiple text layers. Remember to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest tips.

When working in Photoshop, you occasionally need to use multiple text layers in your projects. Sometimes you will need to move all the text layers to a different position on the canvas. This can be time consuming because you need to hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard and select each individual layer.

However, there is a quicker solution which is to right click on any text layer on the layers panel, and choose the ‘Select Similar Layer’ from the drop down menu. This will select all the text layers available as shown below.

This can be incredibly useful if you have over ten text layers in your project as you can quickly select all the layers. Why not take a look at some of the other tip and tricks in the Photoshop quick tip series.


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