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Using an indesign font in photoshop?

Using an indesign font in photoshop?

Using an indesign font in photoshop?

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Using fonts from in design in photoshop.
OK sounds a bit of a strange request but what I would like to do is; use a font from indesign that is open (not solid) because I only know how to achieve this in photoshop with a solid font.
The reason for wanting to do it in photoshop is that I would like to use the photoshop editing change the shape of the word
johnnie

RE: Using an indesign font in photoshop?

Export PDF or EPS from InDesign and then place in Photoshop from the File menu. This will place the text as a smart object.

But really, there are ways to stroke text in Photoshop without the extra InDesign step. Type in Photoshop. Control-click the type layer to make a selection. Create a new layer. Go to the Edit menu and Stroke. Remove the original type layer.

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