Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Quick tip 27 – Seeing font changes

This is part 27 of the Photoshop quick tip series where you will learn how to visually see the font changes in Photoshop. Normally when you type some text on the canvas and want to change the font, you have to manually have to select the font from the drop down menu to see a different font.



Now wouldn’t it be easily if you could see the font changes directly instead of manually cycling through all the fonts. There is a quick solution to this problem which is to click the font from the drop down menu. Then use the up and down keys on the keyboard to cycle through the fonts. This means you will visually see the changes from the font instead of manually change the fonts.

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