If you click inside a text content block, the text editor toolbar will appear directly on the editing stage. It gives you access to a number of text editing tools: font family, font size, basic formatting, text alignment, numbered and non-numbered bullets, font color, links, etc.
Note: If you set the font family to Global Font, it will inherit the font family selected under the Settings tab. This allows you to change the font family for multiple elements at once just by changing that property in the Settings tab.
The properties panel displays different controls depending on which content element you selected. Here is a description of some of the most frequently used ones:
Padding settings can be configured both for all sides of the selected element...
... or separately for each side.
Border settings can be configured both for all sides of the selected element...
... or separately for each side of a button, column, etc.
Dividers help create visual separation between design elements. They can be transparent...
... or visible. Here too, granular control on padding provides great design flexibility.
As you pick colors for fonts, background colors, etc., the editor will learn and remember them, making them quickly accessible to style future content elements.