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    how to do that?
    using PS

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    Yes, you can use PS.

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    er...... wat i mean was...... how to do it?

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    Open your image.
    Click on text icon marked T, usually on your left side.
    A selection of 4 additional icons appear. Click the first one.
    Place the cursor on the spot on your image where you want the text to be. Right click.
    A dialogue bow will appear. type in your text. You can adjust the font, text height, colour, etc by highlighting the text. Press enter.
    Text is now on the image.

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    Originally posted by Kit
    Open your image.
    Click on text icon marked T, usually on your left side.
    A selection of 4 additional icons appear. Click the first one.
    Place the cursor on the spot on your image where you want the text to be. Right click.
    A dialogue bow will appear. type in your text. You can adjust the font, text height, colour, etc by highlighting the text. Press enter.
    Text is now on the image.
    after saving liao it will be stuck there for good rite?

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    Nope. On your layer window, usually on your right, you'll find that the text is on one layer itself. Provided you don't merge the layers, you can do whatever you want with the text.

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    Originally posted by Kit
    Nope. On your layer window, usually on your right, you'll find that the text is on one layer itself. Provided you don't merge the layers, you can do whatever you want with the text.
    icic
    i kinda got it liao
    but how to change the colour?
    cant seem to find the option to do it

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    The colour change option is in the text dialogue box. Double click on the text layer. There is this colour box which says colour at the side. Click on the box, colour pallettes appear. Slide the cursor around the pallettes till you get the colour you want. Press enter. Remember to highlight the font in the text dialogue box before you do the colour change.

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    okie i got it liao
    thnx

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