Insert > Text (and all of its options) was removed during the DW modernizing process because it relied on deprecated html features.
Essentially, you are supposed to control your text via css attributes now in order to conform to modern web standards, rather than the obsolete html attributes.
If I'm not mistaken, this was changed in DWCS6 12.1 Cloud, and carried over to DWCC.
EDIT: A lot was changed between DWCS6 12.0x > DWCS6 12.1x > DWCC here's a page showing some of the changes: http://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/using/changes-insert-options-creative-cloud.html
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On the Menu Bar: Windows>Insert (Make sure checked)
Then the panel will be showing at top right. (Design View Panels)
Insert Tab-Hit the dropdown carat, looking for 'text'
That will give you the available Text options for Dreamweaver CS6.
I have Text Insert options on my CS6, maybe it depends on what version of CS6 you have.
Yes it does, I am on adobe cloud which has the most upto date version, but if you purchased the discs then you will have the original CS6 which still includes it. Aparently it was taken out because in HTML5 it can cause problems as text formating has to be in CSS and the text on dreamweaver insert tab is html formating. I purchased a training dvd to teach myself CS6 and that DVD shows you how to use it, which is why I was wondering why I didnt have that option and a few others. Jon Fritz II sent me the following link, which explains the changes in the upgrade. http://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/using/changes-insert-options-creati ve-cloud.html
Thanks for taking the time to reply.