00:00  Select the Text Element.
    00:04  The element options icons are now shown. Also shown above the Stage are three context tabs: Format, Style and FX. 
    Select the three-dot menu icon.
    00:08  The menu options shown here include Format, Style, and FX - these open their respective context tabs above the stage. NOTE: We are showing the menu here in order to present a complete picture. To save a step as you work, you can also select the Format, Style, and FX context tabs directly.Select Format.
    00:12  The Format context tab will be shown above the Stage.Select the down arrow on the Type section to view the full list of Types.
    00:16  Select the Type you wish to assign to the Text element. 
    For this example, select Small.
    00:20  Select anywhere else on the ribbon to close the Type panel.
    00:24  The Format tab stays open in case you want to make other changes or switch to one of the other context tabs to make additional changes to the Text Element. 
    Select the Stage background to deselect the Text Element.
    00:28  The Format, Style and FX context tabs are now gone (since no elements are selected on the Stage. You can see that the Text element's Type has been changed.
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