One method would be to create a Style, with the setting that you need, and then Apply that to all of your sub-titles.
Another would be to create the Title that you need, and then Duplicate that, changing the text in each, as needed.
You can also create a Title Template, Export that, and use it for all of your sub-titles.
Recently I did some blog posts with graphics dealing with the Premiere Elements Titler and its default text choices, styles, photo embedded titles, etc. Please check them out and then let us know if they worked for you or whether you need clarification on anything that I have written.
In conjunction with lower 3rd and frame title templates we can also discuss how to create and maintain transparency in these creations.
Techniques described can result in a title .prtl for use in one version or one that can be used in more than one version.
Looking forward to your follow up.
Thanks Hunt! Duplicating the text and then changing it will work! I knew there would be some simple method, just couldnt see the nose in front of my face.
Thank you! This project I am going to keep it simple but your blog was spot on about dealing with creating my own style Titler! Thanks for all the great information, will be using this also soon and quite often afterwards.
Thank you again!
Thanks for checking out the information posted.
Success with your projects. And, as always, if you have any questions about anything that I have written, please do not hesitate to ask.
Thanks for the follow up.
You are most welcome. Premiere's Titler is a very powerful tool, and many of its powers get overlooked, or probably better said "never discovered."
This article might offer some useful tips:
Note: Titler appears in both PrE and PrPro. They are very, very similar, BUT do have some differences, both with regards to features, and also with the mechanics of operation. The links in the above article are for both, so do not get confused on which program, the particular version of Titler is for. However, even with the differences between the PrE and PrPro Titler, a lot of the concepts apply to both, so watching a tutorial specific to PrPro, still will have some tips, that DO apply in PrE's Titler - with just some modifications.
Because of your great post, and ATR's links, I plan on adding his links to my Titler article, as they look to be excellent additions.
Good luck and happy editing,