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How to re-edit text in files that have been saved/closed

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Dec 30, 2019

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I would like to be able to re-open and edit text in a Photoshop Elements 2019 file. I didn't flatten the image and tried saving it in the PSD format but the text seems to be rasterized and the layers lost when the file was re-opened. Could this have anything to do with adding drop-shadow style to the text?

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How to re-edit text in files that have been saved/closed

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I would like to be able to re-open and edit text in a Photoshop Elements 2019 file. I didn't flatten the image and tried saving it in the PSD format but the text seems to be rasterized and the layers lost when the file was re-opened. Could this have anything to do with adding drop-shadow style to the text?

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It’s normally possible to re-edit text within a saved PSD file. Simply select the layer in the layers panel and select the T tool again. Adding a drop shadow should not be a problem but was there another reason to simplify the layer?

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