Have you ever worked with a document that contains multiple fonts, and you wanted to change some or all the fonts? If you were thinking ahead and created paragraph and character styles, good thinking, you can skip this tip. For the rest of us who aren’t the Marie Kondos of Photoshop, here’s the tip: Choose all the type layers you want to change in the Layers panel by Command-clicking (Ctrl-clicking) on each layer to highlight it. Go to the font menu and start changing things. Notice all the selected type layers change at the same time.
This tip previously published in the January, 2021 issue of Photoshop User magazine in Colin Smith’s “Photoshop Tips” column.
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