HOW TO CUSTOMIZE OUR PSD WITH ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
Customizing a Flyer Template PSD with Adobe Photoshop
When you open the PSD file in Photoshop, you will find layers well ORGANIZED and
COLOUR CODED which allow you to easily edit the file.
1) Replacing Text on your Psd Templates
First, select the Horizontal Type Tool (Shortcut key “T” on the keyboard)
Find and click on the text you wish to edit and enter the desired text.
While you are editing the text, 2 icons will appear on the top toolbar:
Click to accept changes or cancel or make 3D
You may get a message regarding ‘missing fonts’. This means you do not have the fonts on your
computer. We do include the fonts used in our templates. Be sure to install them or use fonts
that are already installed on your machine.
2) Replacing Images on your Psd Templates
Find and click on the layer of the flyer that you want to customize in the Layers Panel
on the right side. In order to add your own image, you can simply drag and drop in the new
image of your choice. Remember to click the Commit button to save all changes.
If your image isn’t quite the right size, you may need to adjust it.
3) Changing Gradient Fill on your Psd Templates
Double click on the coloured square in that layer
Click on the “Gradient” option from the pop-up box
Select the desired presets from the Gradient Editor
Double click on either of the two (2) colour stops (arrows pointing upwards)
Select your desired colours and click “OK” repeatedly
4) Changing the shapes colour on your Psd Templates
Double click on the coloured square part in that layer
Select your desired colour and click OK