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This is not the Photoshop forum.
But in answer to your question, what I think you should take a look at is Fireworks. Photoshop, is, has, and always will be a bitmap editor. Illustrator was always the vector editor. You cannot edit vector images in a bitmap editor. However, the cross-breed that Adobe has kept is Fireworks.
Also with regards to Illustrator what you are looking for is typing to a path, it's not called wrapping. If you click on the typing tool it will list the types of type that you can do including typing on a path. What you would need to do is draw a circle without any fill and just type. Photoshop does not have this capability.
I'm getting right back to illustrator now!!
> Thank SnakEye!!!
> I'm getting right back to illustrator now!!
As Snake says, Illustrator is an option. Just draw a circle around your
logo, click on the 'text to path' tool click on the circumference line
of the circle and start typing. To rotate the type to the correct
position select the 'empty arrow' tool, click on the center of the
circle, chosse the 'rotate' tool in the tool box and spin the circle
around until its in the desired location.
Having said that....the text around that logo looks a bit too small to
be read anyway as a gif or jpg file. You need to consider if it really
adds anything or just looks a mess. Below a certain size gifs and jpg
text becomes practically unreadable.