In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the text tool in Photoscape. This is a tutorial for creating basic text. To learn how to get more advance with your text in Photoscape, please see my advance tutorial on using the text tool. You will need to open Photoscape and open the Editor. Then you can open a photo to practice on. This can be any kind of photo or image. You can close it out without saving it so nothing will be messed up.
Opening Your Text Tool in Photoscape
You will need to open your text tool to get started. In the bottom of your panel, you will need to look for the Object tab and click it. That will load the Object panel and you will need to look for the Double T icon. Click the Double T icon and the text tool will open.
Creating Your Text in Photoscape
You are now ready to create your text in Photoscape. In the text box, you will need to type what you want. Then you can change the size of the text, the color of the text, and the font. When you are ready to insert the text you just created, you can click the OK button and the text will be added to your photo or whatever you are working on.
Editing Your Text in Photoscape
You can also edit your text once you have added it to your photo or image. You can move the text around the photo by clicking it and dragging it with your mouse to where you want it. You can also rotate the text by placing your mouse at the top of the box and turning it. If you need to resize the text, grab one of the boxes in the corners and drag it in or out to resize it.
If you need to change the text, double click it and the text editor will open. From there, you can change the text, change the color, change the size, and change the font. Clicking OK on the box will update your text.