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How to Change Margins in Google Docs

How to Change Margins in Google Docs

You can change margins in Google Docs using the Page Setup dialog box or by using the Ruler. You have the option of changing the top, bottom left and right margins for your document. Note that margins can be different in each section of a document if you have inserted section breaks. By default, a Google Docs file contains one section.

How to Subscript in Google Docs (Mac or Windows)

How to Subscript in Google Docs (Mac or Windows)

You can apply subscript to text, numbers or special characters in Google Docs using the menu or a keyboard shortcut. If you apply subscript, the selected letter, number or symbol will be lowered slightly below the line of text and sized to a smaller size.

How to Add Audio into Google Slides

How to Add Audio into Google Slides

You can now add audio or music in Google Slides presentations. However, before you can add audio to a Google Slides presentation, you’ll first need to upload it to your Google Drive and then insert it. The audio is then linked to the audio file on Google Drive.

How to Stop Paragraphs from Breaking Across Pages in Google Docs

How to Stop Paragraphs from Breaking Across Pages in Google Docs

You can keep lines and paragraphs together in Google Docs files to stop paragraphs from breaking between pages. If you want to keep a paragraph with the next paragraph, you can turn on Keep with next. If you want to keep the lines in a paragraph together, you can choose Keep lines together.

Google Docs Shortcuts to Quickly Select Text (10+ Windows Shortcuts)

Google Docs Shortcuts to Quickly Select Text (10+ Windows Shortcuts)

In Google Docs, you can save lots of time if you can quickly select characters, words, lines, paragraphs and blocks of text in your documents. You can use keyboard shortcuts or mouse shortcuts to select text. Keep in mind that a paragraph is anything with a hard return after it (you have pressed Return or Enter).

How to Superscript in Google Docs (Mac or Windows)

How to Superscript in Google Docs (Mac or Windows)

You can apply superscript to text, numbers or special characters in Google Docs using the Format menu or a keyboard shortct. If you apply superscript, the selected letter, number or symbol will be raised slightly above the line of text and sized to a smaller size.

How to Strikethrough or Cross Out Text in Google Docs (with Shortcuts)

How to Strikethrough or Cross Out Text in Google Docs (with Shortcuts)

You can apply strikethrough to text in Google Docs to cross out or create a line through text. This can be effective to show that something has been removed or deleted. Although you can use Strikethrough using the Format menu, you can also use Strikethrough keyboard shortcuts.

How to Convert PowerPoint to Google Slides (5 Ways)

How to Convert PowerPoint to Google Slides (5 Ways)

You can import or convert a PowerPoint presentation in PPTX format to Google Slides format in several ways. Google Slides will try to convert a PowerPoint presentation to compatible objects, tools and fonts but these programs do have differences so don’t expect a perfect conversion.

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