Google docs have become an integral part of content writing, be it writing articles for newspapers, digital media platforms, quarterly reports, or developing content for your own blog, and check the word count on Google docs so that the content is within an acceptable word count depending on the audience. The objective may be to keep the read time within optimum levels or to write long-form content with a target word limit for SEO purposes.
In this post, we will explore different methods to add a table of contents in Google Docs. Every document contains titles, subtitles, headings, paragraphs and when the document contains lot of pages with text & images. It becomes difficult for the reader to keep track, we could make use of Table of contents in Google docs to organize entire document improve the overall readability.
You can change margins in Google docs either using the Page setup option from the main menu bar or using the left & right indents on the ruler. Google docs is a web-based online word processor offered by Google similar to the likes of Microsoft Word. All users who have a Gmail account can use this service for free. This post we will explore how to change Margins in Google Docs using two different methods.
We have been using Microsoft Word as the default document editor for most of the time. However, with the advancement in cloud technologies, web-based document editors like Google Docs are increasingly finding their use as the default document editor. In this post, we will explore different ways to create a hanging indent in Google docs, whether writing a research paper for an international journal or your own Ph.D. thesis, citations form an important part, and citations need to be added as per MLA format, which requires the use of Hanging Indent.