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I believe that Photoshop does not have a type on a path tool but you can
approximate it with Warp Text (just happened to have seen that in a book a
couple days ago!).

Lore


On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 10:59 AM, Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> the quickest way to find out is to search for this "Photoshop CS5: type on
> a path" and you will get all sorts of essentials and videos.
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> I was told by an adobe tech that to start an inquiry with "Photoshop" or
> "Illustrator" and add the version "CS5" plus "colon" and the query, and it
> will direct the search better.
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> hope this helps.
> L.
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> On Feb 21, 2014, at 9:54 PM, Kathleen Garness wrote:
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> I have CS5 but haven't used the fancy type options in a while. Isn't there
> a 'type on a path' option? All I see in the text icon menu on the left hand
> toolbar relates only to horizontal vs. vertical type. Any clues? I need to
> make something curve and this is way less intuitive than I remember it. ; )
>
> Thanks!
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> Kathy G
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