How to Format Text in Google Docs
Once you've added some text to a document, you can change its appearance by formatting it.
You may need to change font color to make text stand out, comply with brand standards, or add visual appeal.
If you don’t like any of the available theme colors, select Custom to display the Colors dialog box.
There are additional formatting options that are only available in the Format menu.
In addition to bold, italic, and underline, you can apply strikethrough, superscript, or subscript formatting.
Changing a font itself will have the greatest effect on the appearance of text.
The text is now set in the selected font.
When changing fonts, be sure to choose the right font for the tone of your document. Don’t use casual script fonts in a professional document, and also avoid using too many fonts at once.
Changing the font size helps differentiate between titles, headers, and body text.
The font size changes.
Font size is measured in points (pt) that are 1/72 of an inch. The larger the number of points, the larger the font.
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