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Hello everyone I have a question about Photoshop elements 2019, I notice that in the Layer menu then text and then update all the text layers and replace. All missing policies How does this work?

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Update All Text Layers is when you open a document containing text layers from older versions of photoshop elements

or photoshop and the type needs to be updated so it can be used for vector based output. The reason is probably changes in the newer text engines require older type to be updated so it's compatible with the version of photoshop elements your using. If you chose not to Update the text upon open you can do it later using Layer>Type>Update All Text Layers.

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Replace All Missing Fonts occurs when you open a document containing one or more text layers that use fonts not installed on your computer. To replace the font(s) with one on your computer go to Layer>Type>Replace All Missing Fonts and photoshop elements will chose a suitable replacement which will probably not to be to your satisfaction, so you'll have to select a more appropriate font from the font list using the type tool.

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Hello everyone I have a question about Photoshop elements 2019, I notice that in the Layer menu then text and then update all the text layers and replace. All missing policies How does this work?

Thank you for your help

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Correct answer by Jeff Arola | Adobe Community Professional

Update All Text Layers is when you open a document containing text layers from older versions of photoshop elements

or photoshop and the type needs to be updated so it can be used for vector based output. The reason is probably changes in the newer text engines require older type to be updated so it's compatible with the version of photoshop elements your using. If you chose not to Update the text upon open you can do it later using Layer>Type>Update All Text Layers.

updte.jpg

Replace All Missing Fonts occurs when you open a document containing one or more text layers that use fonts not installed on your computer. To replace the font(s) with one on your computer go to Layer>Type>Replace All Missing Fonts and photoshop elements will chose a suitable replacement which will probably not to be to your satisfaction, so you'll have to select a more appropriate font from the font list using the type tool.

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Sorry, but I am not understanding your question.  Can you post a screenshot to better explain your question.  I don't mean to offend you, but if you have used a translation service to post your question in English, perhaps you can post in your native language and we can use either the forum translator or another tool to get a better understanding of your question. 

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Update All Text Layers is when you open a document containing text layers from older versions of photoshop elements

or photoshop and the type needs to be updated so it can be used for vector based output. The reason is probably changes in the newer text engines require older type to be updated so it's compatible with the version of photoshop elements your using. If you chose not to Update the text upon open you can do it later using Layer>Type>Update All Text Layers.

updte.jpg

Replace All Missing Fonts occurs when you open a document containing one or more text layers that use fonts not installed on your computer. To replace the font(s) with one on your computer go to Layer>Type>Replace All Missing Fonts and photoshop elements will chose a suitable replacement which will probably not to be to your satisfaction, so you'll have to select a more appropriate font from the font list using the type tool.

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Thanks Jeff Arola for having answered my question, I have all understood.

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