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Ascenders/Descenders.... text generally has ascenders and descenders. Numerals don't. Text requires more recognition in order to be read effectively. Therefore more allotted space is given in the glyph box to accommodate leading and visual separation. In addition, the glyphs for text characters are customarily smaller than the overall glyph box to ...


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There could be a number of reasons why these don't align, so difficult to answer with the info provided. Multiple settings in your document can affect this alignment: font setup, document setup (baseline grid and/or paragraph offsets?), text box options (vertical alignment sticking to bottom of box?, auto-height?). Since you're new to this, it may sound a ...


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Looks like a math problem indeed. Not sure why do you need the horizontal so-called 'rows'. The baseline grid looks correct, but the horizontal lines don't make sense. Those have nothing to do with the baseline grid and the way text will flow into your columns. Also, not sure you're aware you're dealing with 2 units of measurement, MM for the layout and PT ...


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No, there is no way to do that in Photoshop.


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