I have just got photoshop CS2 & am having trouble trying to get the text to show, it shows in my layer but not on the image. If I don't use an image it works perfectly. Please explain very simply as it is all new to me. I see alot of people are having the same problem.
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ok my first question would be do you have java script enabled , go to tools internet options , options2) check you preferances for vewinf pics or attachments.
my guess is that the java script is not enabled
additionally Solution: Install the Photoshop CS2 9.0.1 update.
Download and install the update from the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/downloads . Background information
Photoshop CS2 cannot open TIFF, PSB and PDF files larger than 2 GB if they were saved in Photoshop without compression or if they contain a pattern layer style or a pattern content layer. The 9.0.1 update allows you to reopen these files in Photoshop CS2.
If you want to edit text, use the type tool to highlight the text. This makes the text active unless you have Rasterized the text. Once Rasterized it is no longer editable. To delete photos or text on layers, you can drag the layer to the small trash can at the bottom of the layers pallet.
This sounds like it could be a couple of things. First, since the cursor is huge, go up to the menus at the top and choose Window>Character which will open the character palette so you can change the size of the text.
Then make sure the text color is different than the backgrd color 'cuz it could be getting lost. Check your Layers palette to see if the text tool worked as whenever you use the text tool it will make a separate layer for the text.
If your font size is small and your cursor is still going off the canvas, it could be that your image is very small. Check this by going to Image-->Image size and you can change the dimensions or the resolution. If the resolution is already low (>72ppi) then the image will pixelate when you make it bigger so try to get a higher resolution copy of the pic.
Take it into photoshop cs3.Type the text over the scanned text that u want to erase.resize the typed text to match the scanned one.
2)make a layer copy of the background layer.Turn off the original background layer.then, create a layer mask for the copied layer.and paint black over the area u want to erase, with the layer mask active.
If u don't no photoshop OR in case, u couldn't figureout what i said,then mail me ur scanned image and the text file to firstname.lastname@example.org. i ll fix it and mail u back the edited copy.THANK YOU!!!
Perhaps you've got the text color set to the same color as your background (both white). With the text tool selected, left-click on your document once, then left-click on the 'set the text color' box in your toolbar. Choose a color that is dark enough to show up in your screen. Make sure your text size is large enough to show at your current screen resolution.
The only 2 formats that will save with layers in tack are PSD and tiff. To save out each layout you have to show/hide each layer and save them out individually. But I suspect that you want to do something as described HERE