The Text-O-Matic editor menu is always handy, ready to add or edit objects. If it happens to be in the way of your artwork, just tap on the face of the menu and drag it out of the way. Tapping the back arrow minimizes the menu. Tapping the minimized menu opens it again in the add object mode.
When you add a new text object, or select an exiting one, the text menu (shown above) appears.
When you add a new image layer, or select an exiting one, the text menu (shown above) appears.
Ink layers are special objects. When they are created or edited, then a dedicated ink-drawing user interface appears. (See the Ink Layer article.) Once drawing is completed, the ink is rendered to an image. When you select an ink image layer, then the menu above appears which allows you to manipulate the layer like an image, or choose to edit the ink it contains and then be re-rendered as an image again.
When a shape (clip-art) object is added or selected, then the menu shown above will appear.