ShalexDesigns

Beautiful, Professional Photoshop and MS Word Templates

San Francisco, California | 2795 Sales

ShalexDesigns

Beautiful, Professional Photoshop and MS Word Templates

San Francisco, California 2795 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Beautiful, Professional Photoshop Templates for All

ShalexDesigns offers professional templates for everyone. Our beautifully designed cards, invitations, marketing collateral, resumes, and more will help your special occasion or business stand out among the rest!

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Last updated on Apr 5, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Do I need Photoshop to use these files?

Yes, you will need to have Photoshop and basic Photoshop knowledge to edit these files.

How come I received a PDF?

If you have received a PDF instead of a PSD, Etsy has a 20mb maximum limit for uploads. If the Photoshop PSD files exceeded the limit, I packaged them in a PDF with links to the files. You can open the PDF and click the links inside to download those files.

Do you have Photoshop instructions?

To edit specific text you need to find the layer the specific element is in. If this layer list view isn't showing, go to Window -> Layers & click on the specific layer. Or make sure "Auto Select Layer" is selected & use the mouse to click on the element on the program. In order to edit the text, click the "T" in the tools bar. If the tools bar isn't opened, click Window -> Tools to pull it up. Once this is selected, click the text & edit what you would like.

To remove the picture, click the picture when you have auto select on (or click the layer). Then press the delete button. Drag the image on the PSD, then press enter. Then drag the layer right above the clipping mask that it corresponds to. Right click, & click "Create Clipping Mask".

Is your question not answered?

Please don't hesitate to message me and I'll see if I can help!