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What simon means is always type your text on a new layer that way you can just delete the layer. For the mean time, if you have not typed your text on a new layer then go to the history window and delete the text If you have already saved the pic and closed PDN then there really is no way to delete the text.

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What simon means is always type your text on a new layer that way you can just delete the layer. For the mean time, if you have not typed your text on a new layer then go to the history window and delete the text If you have already saved the pic and closed PDN then there really is no way to delete the text.

Right ok got that :D No I don;t have anythng in history...

So are you able to delete text even when you have finished it initially and 'set' it down on the pic?? Apart from the new layer thing I mean??

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That is correct.

 

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Pretty much if you are wanting to delete the whole block of text you can use the old drag a box around it, but then it has to have been written on a seperate new layer to start off with. Then, if text is the only thing you want tot delete on that layer, you could delete the whole layer.

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