In my opinion, journaling is one of the most important parts of scrapbooking. Whether it’s a few words, a sentence, a paragraph, or a whole page of text, getting words on the page is key.
In Photoshop Elements, it’s easy to add text to a page using the Text Tool. The Text Tool is the capital T button in the Tool Palette (or use the keyboard shortcut T to select it). There are several different tools nested together, but today we will only be looking at the Horizontal Text Tool.
With the Text Tool selected, click and drag across the document. This will create a Text Box. All of the text that you type will appear inside this box. First, type some text. With the Text Tool active, notice how you can resize/reshape this box which reshapes the lines of text without affecting the point size. If you see a small + in the lower right corner of your text box, this means that not all of your text is visible and you need to make your text box larger or your font smaller.
With the Text Tool selected, you will see a row of options at the top of the screen. This is how you change the font, text size, justification, etc. Most of these options look similar to the text options in other programs.