In Photoshop, duplicate the objects to a new file, save, and open the file under "Distribute Spacing", click the little black arrow under the text, "Align To:". This will evenly distribute the objects a specified distance away from.
The vertical space between lines of type is called leading (rhymes with sledding). The baseline is the invisible line on which most letters sit.
You can precisely control how Photoshop spaces letters and words and scales characters.
If you align to the center, Photoshop splits the difference among the various layer The distribute commands evenly space the layers between the first and last.
How about creating a title with letters spaced extra-wide or closer can find the box to adjust leading in the Character Palette in Photoshop.
I am trying to enter five text boxes, where they are centered and equal. Something like Spooner Street, ()
Something I love in illustrator is spacing out objects evenly no matter the object's width. IE: putting 20px between each differently shaped nav.
Change word and letter spacing in justified text. It's easy to also change how the text is spaced and looks in.
Yes, you can do this in Adobe - Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign. You have to do it manually. Its called kerning = spacing between letters. Keep a margin on both.
The two center text frames move to distribute the space equally, but the spacing between the blocks of type are not quite equal. The problem is.