The Text Size selector is located just below the Creative Feature menu in the Text Tools. Use the Text Size selector any time you wish to increase or decrease the font size. You can also use the image handles to resize your text.
The Letter Spacing selector is located just below the Text Size selector in the Text Tools. Letter spacing is also known as kerning. Increasing the value in the letter spacing box will move letters farther apart. A smaller or negative number will bring the letters closer together. You can use letter spacing to make your letters overlap and weld together. Welding letters is a great way to cut words as a single image so each letter is connected to another. If a word is not welded or connected, each letter will cut separately.
What is the difference between Character Space and Block? Character Space format is more commonly used when welding letters together. This setting spaces letters based on how the shapes relate to one another. For example, if you type the letters P and j, the j curves underneath the P.
In Block format, the letters will be spaced as if they had a box around them. With the letters P and j, the j will be moved farther away from the P so that the j does not curve underneath the P.
The Slant selectors are located below Letter Spacing selector in the Text Tools. Use the Slant selectors any time you wish to slant a selected group of letters horizontally or vertically. The slant feature can be a fun way to customize the look of your text.