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Is there a way to get the text to wrap around an image I insert into a layer above it? I am using photoshop 7.
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Nope. Photoshop is not a typesetting tool. For that you should be using InDesign.
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Yea, I was just making a website with some example text. It really doesn't matter I just thought I would see if you could.
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