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I try to do it mostly with words but sometimes have to do it with other things too. How do you equally space out things automatically, I Know how to evenly distribute from the center of every layer/object but not how to have even actual space between those to objects.

This is really not a problem when all the things are of the same width (or height) but as you know words are hardly ever that. So what i do is is make a rectangle of size that i want space to be empty and once done typing i manually drag out that box to the end of the first word, then adjust the 2nd one decrease/increase the space to match the edges of the rectangle and so on for the texts after 2nd..like 3rd,4th...Usually it's Home, About, Products, Contact, etc...

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You can't.

Photoshop offers no "distribute spacing" options out of the box.

The only way I know to do this in Photoshop is via scripting. You can check out the distribute scripts from Trevor Morris here.

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i just installed it and it works. But keep the answers coming. –  Muhammad Umer Jan 13 '13 at 23:46
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There are no other answers unless you want to manually measure space between object and move things yourself or use a different application. –  Scott Jan 13 '13 at 23:47
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