Use this element to add any text to your document, either by typing it in or copying and pasting it from an already created document.
If you decide to copy and paste your text, you will notice small changes, such as the font and size, though the headers and paragraph formats should replicate smoothly.
The text element supports in-line merge tags so you can add information about the document or contact information about the Sender and the Recipient.
While you are typing within the text element, you can use keyboard shortcuts to take certain actions, like making the text bold, underlined, or italicized. Simply use Command + [B, U, I] on Mac or Control + [B, U, I] on PC.
**Right now, you are able to copy and paste text from your document, but if you have images or tables, we recommend adding an image or table element.
**The ability to change different font types is on the roadmap, but for now, the editor is set to using Open Sans.
When you engage your cursor in a text element, you will see a formatting bar appear with many different options:
Text Format - Choose from Normal Text, Heading 1, Heading 2, Subheading, and Small Text
Edit text to Bold, Italicised, or Underlined
Numeric Lists and Bullet Points
Text Alignment to Left, Center, Right, or Justified
Adding Hyperlinks to text
Inserting GetAccept Merge Tag data in-line, such as recipient, sender, and document information
Insert New Elements, such as Text, Images, Tables, and Dividers (you can also add elements by clicking the [ + ] sign between elements)
Undo and Redo editor actions
Move the text element up or down between other elements
Delete text element