You can change the properties of a text box easily. You can now also change some properties of a single word or selection within a text box - for this and more new rich text editor features see here!
To apply a style, size or color to multiple text boxes, hold shift on your keyboard while clicking the text boxes you wish to change.
First, select a font style. You can scroll to view and select many fonts.
Then you can choose a font size. Scroll to choose a number, or enter the font size and hit enter on your keyboard to make the changes on your canvas.
Then, modify the color. To change the color of your text box, click your subtitle or body text box. Next, click the paint color tool icon located in the top tool bar. You can then change the color of the graphic element by choosing a default color, pasting a hex code, or clicking the + sign under "Recent Colors" to choose from a color slider and color wheel. Click anywhere outside of the color tool to set the color.
You will notice the handlers at the sides of your text box. Simply drag the corner boxes on the left or right to adjust it according to your needs.
How about when you need to line up your word (text) beside an image vertically? Here is a simple way to make a nice effect when you want a clean, streamlined word, small phrase, or title. As shown above, you can align your text box with an image or icon with the vertical or horizontal orange alignment guidelines.