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Outline TEXT in PS 5.0

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hi, experts,

is there any way how i could make outlined text in photoshop 5.0? i have tried a lot, but have not find out.
i know that in photoshop 4.0 it was an option, when you open TEXT tool... then ouline checkbox.
pls, if any of you have any ideas send me..

ok. looking forward to hearing from you.
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simonok earned 200 total points
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One way to do this is to click on
1.hold you mouse button over the type tool.
2.Select the dotted `T`.
3.Type your text as per usual.
4.You should see your text as a marquee outline.
5.Go to edit/stroke enter a pixel value.

bish bosh job done.

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