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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.

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.

hope this helps.
L.
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On Feb 21, 2014, at 9:54 PM, Kathleen Garness wrote:

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!

Kathy G

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