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How To Underline Text in Photoshop?

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Jan 18, 2020 Jan 18, 2020

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Step 1: Open your image in Photoshop.

Step 2: Select the text layer. You can find the layers from the Layers panel. If you do not see the Layers panel, you can display it by pressing F7 on your keyboard.

Step 3: Click on the Text tool button in the Photoshop toolbox.

Step 4: Click in the middle of the lesson to which you want to add the underline.

Step 5: Press Ctrl + A (or Command + A on Mac) to select the entire text layer.

Step 6: Click on the underline button in the Character window. If you do not see the character window, you can display it by clicking on the window at the top of the screen, then clicking on the Character Options.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 18, 2020 Jan 18, 2020
You have marked your post as a feature request but I don't understand what feature you are asking for. Highlighting the text, with the text tool, and in the character panel click on the underline button T  already exists Dave

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You have marked your post as a feature request but I don't understand what feature you are asking for.

Highlighting the text, with the text tool, and in the character panel click on the underline button T  already exists

 

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one Of My Friend Starting To Using Photoshop This Is Very Beginner For Photoshop. So They Ask Me This Question So I Will Publish Here Solutions & Send Referl URL because  I Think Many Beginner Facing This Type Little Issue So...

 

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Step 1
First you need to install Photoshop in your laptop or computer. Then, open it and click on the file menu. Here you will get an icon “New”. Click on that icon and you will get space or an empty document for new text to write. This step is very easy to handle.


Step 2
Now, move on to the Character panel. This is present in the Window tool on the upper side of the document in Photoshop. Click on the Window tool. A drop-down list will appear in which you can easily see “Character”. Click on Character to make sure that it is visible. If it is visible already, leave it without clicking because that is what is actually required to edit the file.


Step 3
In this step, you will be searching for “Type” that is represented by the icon of capital T. Usually it is seen in the tools panel. Now click on “T” and then anywhere on the image or document. It will give you space to create a Type toolbar.


Step 4
Now search for the underline button that is present in the row of buttons on the left top of the document below the tools. It is shown as “T” with an underline. Click on that icon.


Step 5
Start writing the text you want to underline. It will be written with an underline.


Step 6
Now you have added the text to your image or document. Next step is to create layers on the text to make it separate from the image. To add text layers, go to the Layers panel and select Layers. If you do not have access to the layers panel, just click F7 on the keyboard you are using. Text layers will be added automatically.

 

Now you have created an underlined text in your document through Photoshop. These steps are very simple. Now we will be looking at an existing text to underline it in Photoshop. This process is also done by different steps that are mostly similar to those with new text.

 

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