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I get the text property for a text box in the Photoshop provided below.

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Does anyone know whats the VA property in the info box?

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  • I believe the use of "VA" is used as merely a visual to show the space between the V and the A. "VA" doesn't actually represent anything as far as I'm aware, it's not an acronym -- unless maybe for "visual adjustment"?? But I doubt that. :) – Scott Sep 11 at 0:29
  • What's the property for the A with an underscore? – Arefe Sep 11 at 1:28
  • @Scott Do you also know what is the A underscore mean in the menu tab? – Arefe Sep 12 at 14:32
  • I believe it's Baseline Shift. – Scott Sep 12 at 16:25
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It's called Tracking. Tracking (sometimes called letterspacing), controls the consistent space between letters across a block of text, and affects a word or text block overall. Here's a helpful image from Adobe Help website:

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    If you mouse over the "VA" icon an explanation pops up: "Set the tracking for the selected characters". – Wolff Sep 10 at 16:00
  • What's the property for the A with an underscore? – Arefe Sep 11 at 1:28
  • Please don't ask separate questions in the comments section. And as was mentioned above, you can hover over any item in PS to get an explanation pop-up. – Sergey Kritskiy Sep 11 at 5:44
  • Do you also know what is the A underscore mean in the menu tab? – Arefe Sep 12 at 14:31
  • I know, but as I mentioned please avoid asking separate question in the comments section. – Sergey Kritskiy Sep 12 at 15:12

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