Are you literally trying to create default text for a title or just a default text style?
To be honest I don't really know. I am still very much a novice where
Premiere Elements is concerned.
If I compare to MS Word, it would be like creating your own "style" ie you
can configure a set font, colour, boldness, size etc. So each time you want
to enter some text it is the same throughout your project.
Mr Jonathan Kelly
Well, the good news is that you can select the default style for your titles.
In the Title Adjustment workspace, go to the Style tab. Right-click on any Style and you can select the option to set it for your Default title style.
The bad news is that, in the current version of Premiere Elements, you can't create and save your own Title Style.
But, as I show you in my book on Amazon.com, once you create a title whose look you like in a project, you can reuse it as a template over and over by right-clicking on it in the Project Assets panel and selecting Duplicate. (Do NOT copy and paste. This will do something very different.)
Yes I found out about the copy and paste, seems to link each text box and
Please attach a link to your book or the title if you are not allowed on
Mr Jonathan Kelly
You do not have to restrict yourself to duplication of a title for reuse in that sense of the word.
You can create a title in the Titler or even use one of the templates in Titles & Text Tab and save it as a .prtl file to the
computer hard drive for use in other Premiere Elements projects. To do that, you make sure that the title's thumbnail in Project Assets is selected, and then you go to File Menu/Export/Title.
in Premiere Elements 13/13.1 Windows, I have found that you can create Styles in the Titler and even set one of the created Styles as default text.
I am not seeing what context the word "create" is being used to say otherwise.
Some Titler related workflow that might be of interest
These should all be doable in 11, 12/12.1, 13/13.1.
Any questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to ask.