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0. Settings
1. Choosing fonts
2. Putting in text
3. Centering, shaping, font-size
4. Strokes on Offtexts
5. Rotating texts

Warping and rotating

Typesetting is basically putting text on cleans, so making that...
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...look like this...

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The most important and basic principles are:

0. Having the correct settings  [+] [-]
1. Choosing fonts  [+] [-]
2. Putting in text  [+] [-]
3. Centering, shaping, font-size  [+] [-]
4. Strokes on Offtexts  [+] [-]

Eventually you will encounter offtexts (text that is not in a bubble) that is located on a dark background. To make your text visible, you will need to put strokes around the text. For that, open the "add layer-style" dialogue, choose the option to add stroke and choose the color you need (usually black or white). A three point stroke is usally the best for most cases.

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5. Rotating texts  [+] [-]

More advanced stuff below:

Warping and rotating texts  [+] [-]