Technique Thursday - Changing Multiple Type Layers in Photoshop

Thursday, March 10, 2011
Kathleen is leading our Technique Thursday this week with a very handy one to know!  

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By Kathleen Difato
Have you ever been working on a scrapbook page and realized that you didn’t like the font or color of your multiple layers of type?  Well to change all of them at once is quite simple.
Here I have 3 different layers of type in different colors.

I would prefer them all to be the same font and the same color.  So I click on the top type layer (Type Layer 3) and then Shift-click the bottom type layer (Type Layer 1).  Now all three layers are highlighted.  Simply, go up to the option bar and change your type attributes.

Easy peasy, all of your type layers are one font and one color!


  1. CraftCrave said...:

    Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [11 Mar 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  1. marcie said...:

    Oh great tip! That will save a lot of time. Thanks

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