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How to Stair Step type in PSCC?

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Feb 22, 2017 Feb 22, 2017

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 27, 2017 Feb 27, 2017
Photoshop doesn't have that feature. It would be a manual proposition.Do you have the the full CC suite? It's built into Illustrator. (And I'm guessing "yes" because that looks to be an Ai screen shot.) Once done, paste it as a smart object into Photoshop.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2017 Feb 23, 2017

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Good day!

Could you explain what you mean, maybe with the help of a posted screenshot or sketch?

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Feb 23, 2017 Feb 23, 2017

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2017 Feb 23, 2017

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Create the Path, hover the Type Tool cursor over the Path, when the icon has changed accordingly click and enter the text.

Create type effects in Photoshop

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Feb 26, 2017 Feb 26, 2017

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Great link! However, can you explain in more detail how to get to this?

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Feb 27, 2017 Feb 27, 2017

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Photoshop doesn't have that feature. It would be a manual proposition.

Do you have the the full CC suite? It's built into Illustrator. (And I'm guessing "yes" because that looks to be an Ai screen shot.)

Once done, paste it as a smart object into Photoshop.

Adobe Illustrator CC 2017ss_001.png

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Aug 09, 2021 Aug 09, 2021

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Would it be possible for you to show us to explain the exact steps you took to get here. It seems really hard to understand how you did this with no explanation. 

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Aug 10, 2021 Aug 10, 2021

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In Photoshop, you can just change the baseline.

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