Google Docs gets an absolutely beautiful feature that will reduce a lot of busy work when formatting your document properly: Ability to select multiple parts of text at once. If you have two sentences separated by a title or want to apply the same effect to three different words throughout a paragraph, you can now do so by selecting the text at once and applying your changes.
Selecting multiple text sections is easy: you usually select the first bit of text anyway, and then press the Command (⌘) or Control key depending on whether you are using a Mac or Windows machine. Hold it down and select the other bits of text you want. After you have selected everything, you can leave and change the design bits you want using the toolbar.
It’s a small thing, but if you have a lot of text to design, this feature is definitely easier to use, than it would be to use a design painter tool to highlight a bit of text and copy its design to another. When the tool does that, you do not have to set each parameter on its own, you just have to click a lot more on it depending on how much text you are trying to change.
You can use this feature for things other than design – you just want to cut out some paragraphs and move them or add a concept that is relevant to multiple sentences. Multi-choice makes it easy.
There are some situations where using the feature may not be the best option. For example, if you are trying to change every title in your document, it is better to change the style instead of trying to select each title manually. To do that, you can format a title to your liking, then go to the Walk section, select the title size, and click “Update”. [style] To match. “
Multi-selection may not be the right tool Each By the way, it’s nice to have Google add this as an option – especially since some desktop utility word processors do not have this feature (if you know how to remove this on Apple pages, please let me know). In A notice postGoogle says that this feature will gradually appear in everyone’s accounts in the next 15 days, so you do not have to wait long if you do not have it yet.
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