• Choose Select > All to select all the characters in the layer.
• Double-click a word to select it. Triple-click a line to select it. Quadruple-click a paragraph to select it. Quintuple-click anywhere in the text flow to select all characters in a bounding box.
• To use the arrow keys to select characters, hold down Shift and press the Right arrow or Left arrow key. To use the arrow keys to select words, hold down Shift+Ctrl (Windows) or Shift+Command (Mac OS) and press the Right arrow or Left arrow key.
4 To select all the characters in a layer without positioning the insertion point in the text flow, select the type layer in the Layers palette, and then double-click the layer's type icon I .
Note: In Photoshop, selecting and formatting characters in a type layer puts the type tool into edit mode. (See "About using the type tools (Photoshop)" on page 343.)
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