How to Disable Google Docs AutoCorrect

Google Docs includes a number of features that can help you ensure that your document has correct spelling and capitalization, but many of those features can be adjusted. Use these steps to turn off autocorrect in Google Docs. Sign into Google Drive and open a Docs file. Select the Tools tab at the top of […]

How to Rotate a Picture in Google Docs

After you add a picture to a document in Google Docs, there are several ways you can modify it. Use these steps to rotate a picture in Google Docs. Sign into Google Drive and open the Docs file. Click on the picture to rotate. Click and hold on the circular handle at the top of […]

How to Remove a Google Docs Page Break

If you’ve ever needed to end a page in a document before it was full of content, then you may have tried a couple of different things. The first solution that many document creators will use is to simply press the Enter key a bunch of times and keep adding new lines until they reach […]

How to Change the Font in the Google Docs iPhone App

The Google Docs iPhone app lets you perform many of the same document editing tasks that you can perform when working with documents in a desktop or laptop’s Web browser. But the change to the interface that is required with a smaller device like an iPhone means that the layout of Google Docs is very […]

How to Change the Default Normal Text Font in Google Docs

When you start typing text into a Google Docs document, it will use whatever your default font is. If you’ve never changed this before, then it’s likely the Arial font. But if you are changing the font every time you create a document, you might prefer to use something else. Google Docs uses a system […]

How to Change a File Name in the Google Docs iPhone App

When you create a new document in Google Docs, the file will have the name of “Untitled” by default. This can be confusing when you have a lot of documents, so it’s helpful to apply a new file name that’s a bit more descriptive. The Google Docs iPhone app has a lot of features that […]

How to Insert a Degree Symbol in Google Docs

Sometimes you need to add special characters into a document that you are creating. It might be something like an arrow or bullet points, but other situations could call for something a little less common, like a degree symbol. Fortunately Google Docs provides a way to insert a variety of special characters, and a degree […]

How to Alphabetize a List in Google Docs

Spreadsheet applications like Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets give you ways to sort your data easily, making things like alphabetizing a list a quick task. But if you are working in a document in Google Docs, you may have noticed that there’s no option for sorting in that application. Fortunately you can alphabetize a list […]

How to Do Subscript in Google Docs

The steps above were performed in the desktop version of the Google Chrome Web browser in Windows 10. These steps also work in other desktop Web browsers like Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge. Google Docs provides many of the formatting options that you may need to apply to the content in your document. While certain […]

How to Create a Hanging Indent in Google Docs

A hanging indent is a formatting option in word processing applications like Google Docs and Microsoft Word that will automatically add a left indent to a paragraph, while leaving the first line in the original location. A regular indentation setting will usually apply the reverse; meaning that the first line indent will be applied off […]