You can adjust where your text is oriented on the page, as well as the line and word spacing. The following options are also available from the Properties bar and Context menu.
Depending on how you want the letter and line orientation settings to apply, do one of the following:
Choose Text | Justification and select:
You can also select how the text is aligned vertically by choosing Top, Vertical Center, Bottom, or Vertical Full.
You can also use the justification settings on the Paragraph tab of the Type palette. Choose Text | Type...
Leading is applicable to a paragraph or text object. You can adjust the spacing between lines.
To adjust the spacing between lines, choose Text | Leading, and select a spacing.
You can place the insertion point anywhere in the paragraph to set the leading for one paragraph.
You can also use the leading settings on the Paragraph tab of the Type palette. Choose Text | Type...
Kerning is applicable to a text selection or text object. To adjust the spacing between characters, choose Text | Kerning, and select a spacing.
If you applied kerning to characters within the selection, Canvas X Draw adjusts the spacing as a percentage of the kerning.
You can also use the kerning settings on the Character tab of the Type palette. Choose Text | Type...