Font Mulnipulation

New Here ,
Aug 12, 2009 Aug 12, 2009

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Hello, I want to be able to have my font type into a semi circle or expand like above. Is there a way to mulnipulate text?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Guru , Aug 12, 2009 Aug 12, 2009
http://www.webdesign.org/web/photoshop/text-effects/curved-text.12742.htmlHere is a real easy way to do it in PS CS4. Google has 1000's more.

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http://www.webdesign.org/web/photoshop/text-effects/curved-text.12742.html

Here is a real easy way to do it in PS CS4. Google has 1000's more.

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I have CS3 will those fonts work with that?

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Go to the forum for whatever "CS3" it is you have

This is the forum to discuss the operation of the forums... not any individual product

If you want to do this in Photoshop... go to the Photoshop forum

Go to the index at http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa to find the correct forum for your question

On the left there is an option box... click the down arrow and a list of all forums will appear, where you may select a product and then click the GO button to go to that forum

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New Here ,
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So sorry, this is my first time posting.

Much thanks to those you posted helpful hints.

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See... a wrong posting but a perfect example of how the forums should work. Instead of screams and rants and locked threads... courteous solutions to the OP's problems with a pointer to the right forum.

This is what the Adobe forums used to be and what they should be.

Edit: And, an equally courteous and thankful reply from the OP.

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