1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 22, 2014 2:16 PM by station_two

    All of a sudden I can't change my Photoshop CS4 Font size any larger than 18px.  What did I do?



      I was working on a logo today in Photoshop.  I clicked on the font size to increase the text size from 18px to 30px.  I got a message that I couldn't go any larger than 18 px.  Any idea how to fix this???




        • 1. Re: All of a sudden I can't change my Photoshop CS4 Font size any larger than 18px.  What did I do?
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