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Adding text - changing one changes all

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Feb 26, 2018

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I am trying to add captions to my video. If I add a line and then cut it to change the text for the next section of audio, the text in the previous line also changes. How do I get it to treat each one as a individual item? I don't want to have to add a new text box each time, because then I have to reposition it and make sure it is in the exact same place as the previous line, and that's just a pain.

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Sounds like you copied rather than duplicated your title. Copying creates clones -- and each time you change one, it changes both.

To duplicate a title so that you can reuse the style, right-click on the title in Project Assets and select Duplicate. Duplicates are independent copies of the title.

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Adding text - changing one changes all

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I am trying to add captions to my video. If I add a line and then cut it to change the text for the next section of audio, the text in the previous line also changes. How do I get it to treat each one as a individual item? I don't want to have to add a new text box each time, because then I have to reposition it and make sure it is in the exact same place as the previous line, and that's just a pain.

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Sounds like you copied rather than duplicated your title. Copying creates clones -- and each time you change one, it changes both.

To duplicate a title so that you can reuse the style, right-click on the title in Project Assets and select Duplicate. Duplicates are independent copies of the title.

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Sounds like you copied rather than duplicated your title. Copying creates clones -- and each time you change one, it changes both.

To duplicate a title so that you can reuse the style, right-click on the title in Project Assets and select Duplicate. Duplicates are independent copies of the title.

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