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Text quality with smaller text in PSP

Text quality with smaller text in PSP

Text quality with smaller text in PSP

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I am using PSP Pro Photo XI.

Is there any way to improve the quality of sharp-aliased text in fonts under 14px? I swear, there have been times when I wanted to add text to an image where I'd get crisper results coding the text into an html page and taking a screenshot from which I'd crop out the necessary text!

RE: Text quality with smaller text in PSP

How are you adding the text?

I suggest you add the text as a Vector in a new layer over your image. You can then play around with its properties. For very small text you can remover the border and just have a fill color.   It should then look nice sharp.

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