Step 2: Choose the Background Color and Border Color
Time to choose the background color and color of the border. I am going to choose #00BFF3 as my background color and #000000 (white) as my border color.
You can do it with the help of Option bar. Background color can be chosen with the help of Fill and border color can be chosen with the help of Stroke. The numerical value next to the Stroke is the width of the border.
Now, draw the shape.
Note – If you don’t want to choose either background or border or even both, you can turn it off.
Simply, click on the color that is highlighted with the blue color and click on the no-fill button which is highlighted with red color. Do the same with the stroke to turn it off.
Step 3: Write Text
Now, we’re going to write the text. Grab the text tool from the Tool Panel or pressing Shift+T again and again until it comes. You may want to refer to my tutorial on Text Tool in Photoshop to understand the tool better.
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