The attributes of text are typically controlled by a Text Style. For example, you can use a Text Style to control the font, justification and size of text in your models.
Single (above) and Multi-line (below) text Justification. From left: Left Top, Center, and Right Bottom. The origin is placed at the location of the pointer. TH denotes Height, TW denotes Width, and LS denotes Line Spacing.
Multi-line text or text that contains multiple formats is automatically converted to a text node. Multi-line text has a line spacing attribute, which defines the size of the space between each line of text. Each text node has a unique ID (not equal to its element ID). This ID, along with a crosshair at its user origin, can be displayed when the Text Nodes view attribute is on. The maximum number of characters in a single-line text element is 65,535.