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Turning a text “string” into a text “block” in Photoshop CS6?

Here we know that there are two texting modes in PSE - "single-line" and "paragraph".

The problem is how to convert point text to paragraph in photoshop?

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marked as duplicate by KMSTR, Yisela, JohnB, e100, Vincent Jan 31 '13 at 18:31

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Did Skaught's solution work for you? Please don't forget to mark questions as answered by accepting an answer if it was a valid solution – JohnB Dec 27 '12 at 2:32
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There is a menu item to convert text.

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If you have a layer containing point text highlighted in the Layers Panel, the menu item reads "Convert to Paragraph Text".

If you have a layer containing paragraph text highlighted in the Layers Panel, the menu item reads "Convert to Point Text".

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Similarly, if you have the type layer selected, just right click on the canvas with the Type tool and the context menu will also list the option to convert it to point/paragraph text. – Lèse majesté Dec 26 '12 at 5:32

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