Adding text to an image on Mac (no third-party apps required)

Last updated on June 14, 2020 Red Loading... Post a comment

If you want to add some text to an image on your Mac but don’t know how to, we have mapped out simple instructions to get this matter done. The process may be tedios, but believe me, it’s worth a try.

1. Open your image with “Preview” (right click on the image and select “Open with” > “Preview”) then click on the “A” icon in the top right corner.

2. Click on the “T” icon.

3. Type some text into your image. Use your mouse or trackpad to drag the text to your desired location. Click on the “A” symbol to change your text style (font, size, color…).

I hope this guide is able to help you one way or another. Thank you for your time 🙂

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