How do I change text justification and padding for the mobile version so my text and picture do not touch?

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How do I change text justification and padding for the mobile version so my text and picture do not touch but maintain the layout used in desktop. 

I am using Google Chrome Version 52.0.2743.116 (64-bit).


This is a section of my email in the desktop version. 


This is the same section in my mobile version.



I would like to center justify the 3 lines of text under the picture box (Gray square). I would also like to increase the top padding of the text for mobil only. 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

-Jordan
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Hi Jordan,



Could you check your margin settings?




Hover over your combo box so that you can see the yellow toolbar. Click the little gear (second in from the left) below:




Then click the gear in the lower left-hand corner to see the margin settings:






The settings above should look like this in the editor:






And like this in mobile: 

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I tried this, adding margins to keep my text left-justified in mobile mode. It's still centered in preview. Is there another way to keep my text left-justified in mobile mode?
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Hi!

While our Preview function is a nice in-app feature, it is a facsimile and not an actual mobile client. I would do some testing on a personal mobile device to see Laura's solution at work. It should work for you, but please let me know if you have any additional questions. - Cheers!