Here are two ways to superscript in Google Docs.
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According to Wikipedia, “a typical text box is a rectangle of any size, possibly with a border that separates the text box from the rest of the interface.”
Here are three ways to add a text box to a Google Doc.
There are several reasons you would want to strikethrough text in a Google Doc.
One of our favorite use cases is to strikethrough completed items in a meeting agenda’s bulleted list.
One way to strikethrough text is by using a keyboard shortcut.
Google announced a host of upcoming Google Workspace features at Google I/O 2021. One of the more interesting announcements was Pageless Docs.
When you think about it, page breaks on digital documents were designed to accommodate hardcopy printing.
Some of the preferences are very useful when enabled. Others can be plain annoying.
However, utility is in the eye of the beholder. One person’s annoyance may be another’s productivity booster.
The following is a list the current options in the General tab (under Tools > Preferences), along with our preferences. Of course, your mileage may vary.
Google Docs is a cloud-based word processor, which means that no desktop software is required to create and edit documents. Documents are stored on Google Drive, which is the cloud drive included with Gmail and Google Workspace.
Google Docs has all the core capabilities that can be found in traditional word processors. It also has a number of capabilities that relate to the fact that the documents are stored on a cloud drive (vs. on one person’s desktop). So, how does Google Docs work? Here are just a few of the capabilities.
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