Insert text into selection




Use the left mouse button to outline the area (selection) on the image where you want text to appear. Click the Edit Menu, then Insert text into selection. A dialog box will open.


How to make a selection? Just press the left mouse button and move the mouse. You will see the selection rectangle. If you click on the image again outside the selection, the selection rectangle will be deleted and the selection is no more active.


In the Text box on the left, type in the text you want to put on the image.


Use the Choose Font button to change the size, style, color, etc. of the text. The name of the selected font is shown below the text box.


Uncheck the Text is transparent box to choose a background color. The highlighted area will change to that color, with the text inside. The small box left the button shows the selected background color.


Click the OK button to add the text to your image. To close the dialog without adding any text, click the Cancel button.


Add text may be reversed with the Edit Menu’s Undo command.



See also:

Create custom crop selection

Text/Pattern Options


Insert text into selection