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How can I get multiple text boxes aligned and spaced out evenly like my picture below in Photoshop?

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    Why do you want to use Photoshop for this? Must it look exactly like the image you posted, with wobbly lines, and textured fill? What have you tried? What has failed? Are you having trouble using the alignment tools in Photoshop? Please edit your question and provide more details. Thanks. – Billy Kerr 2 days ago
  • @BillyKerr Thank you for taking your time out to answer im trying to create a t-shirt with these rectangular boxes and the text inside the problem that im having is putting these boxes aleigned with one another they are not wobbly its stright just i couldnt find any other image to help explain what im searching for i just want rectangular boxes aleined with each other like in the picture it doesnt matter where i can go to do this as long as i can take it back to photoshop to apply it with the image i have sorry if im confusing its my first time – Adam yesterday

Photoshop wouldn't be my first choice to create something like this.

It would be much easier using vector software such as Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape (which is free).

  1. Enable the grid and snap to grid

  2. Create a rectangle, type text in it, centre align the text horizontally and vertically within the box

  3. Group the box and text. Duplicate the group, and use snapping to position the copy.

  4. Repeat the duplications until you have enough boxes

  5. Finally type new text inside

Quick example made using Inkscape

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You can export images as PNG from Inkscape, and open it in Photoshop, or import SVGs directly into Photoshop. If you use Illustrator, you can import AI files directly into Photoshop.

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