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How to Turn on Dark Mode in Google Docs

Google Docs defaults to a light theme in most cases, but there’s an easy way to enable dark mode on Android, iPhone, iPad, and even in Google Chrome while writing on your computer. We’ll show you how.

How to Delete Version History in Google Docs

When you make a change to a Google Docs document, a copy of the previous version is saved. This allows you to roll back changes, but if you prefer, you can hide or delete the version history. Here’s how….

How to Use Editor Chat in Google Docs

If you’re working on a Google Docs document with others, then you don’t need to rely on a third-party service to communicate. While you could add comments, another way to send messages is to use the built-in editor chat….

How to Hide or Remove Comments in Google Docs

Google Docs is a great platform for collaboration, allowing you to remotely and simultaneously work with others on the documents you create. You can add comments to documents, but once you’re done, you can hide or remove comm…

How to Add a Watermark in Google Docs

Adding a watermark to your document can be a good way to personalize or label it as your own. Unfortunately, Google Docs doesn’t offer a built-in way to do this, but there is a workaround you can try instead….

How to Compare Documents in Google Docs

You can already see what’s changed in a file by reviewing the revision history in a Google Docs file, but now you can also do the same to two separate documents. Here’s how to use the Compare Documents tool….

How to Remove Hyperlinks from Google Docs

Whenever you copy text from the web and paste it into Google Docs, any hyperlinks it contains transfer with it. Here’s how to paste text without hyperlinks or remove links already embedded within a document….

How to Wrap Text Around Images in Google Docs

If you want to insert an image or object into a document, it’s relatively simple. However, positioning and getting them to stay where you want can be frustrating. The wrap text feature in Google Docs makes all of this more ma…

How to Create Templates in Google Docs

If you find yourself creating the same outline of a document over and over again, you can save yourself an immense amount of time with a template. Here’s how to create custom-made templates in Google Docs….

How to Create a PDF from a Google Docs Document

PDFs are great for distributing documents around to other parties without worrying about format compatibility across different word processing programs. With Google Docs, you can create a PDF from an existing file without lea…

How to Add Headers and Footers in Google Docs

Headers and footers are the sections at the top and bottom of a document. They generally contain information like page numbers, the date, the author’s name, or the file name. We’ll show you how to add these in Google Docs….

How to Use Text Shortcuts in Google Docs

The Automatic substitution feature in Google Docs is a simple way to create text shortcuts for words or sentences you regularly use in your documents. Here’s how you can save time and effort with this handy tool….

How to Change Google Docs Default Format Settings

Google Docs uses a specific font and line spacing by default. This guide shows you how to change the default format settings in Google Docs, so you’re not manually swapping out those elements for something better with each ne…
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