How to Overlap Images in Google Docs

Sometimes when you’re working on Google Docs, you might want to overlap images. Fortunately, you can overlap images in Google Docs. We give you two methods to do so.

2 methods to overlap images in Google Docs

  • Using Google Drawings
  • Using Wrap text

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How to convert Google doc into PDF

You’ve created a brand new Google Doc. You’ve edited and formatted it to perfection. Now you just need to send it in a PDF format and you are wondering how you can do that. Here are 5 quick and easy methods for you to do just that.

5 methods to convert Google Doc into PDF

  • Download the Google Doc as PDF
  • Save the Google Doc as PDF
  • Send the Google Doc as PDF
  • Download the Google Doc as PDF on your mobile
  • Share the Google Doc as PDF via your mobile

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How to insert Checkbox In Google Docs

When you have items in a list that needs to be crossed off, checkboxes can come in handy. However, you might wonder how to insert checkboxes in Google Docs.

5 methods to insert a checkbox in Google Docs

  • Using the checklist option from the toolbar
  • Using the checklist option from the main menu bar
  • Using a keyboard shortcut
  • Using Special characters
  • Using Substitutions

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How to create a Block Quote in Google Docs

When you have more than four lines of quotations, you might want to use a block quotation. However, Google Docs doesn’t offer a direct way for you to use block quotes. 

Fortunately, there is a workaround to use block quotes in Google Docs.


By manual formatting

Using this method, you can manually format a quote to a blockquote.

Step 1: Identify your quote.

The sentence introducing a quote ends with a colon, indicating the start of a quote. Here, the middle paragraph is the quote.

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How to view two pages side by side in Google Docs

To edit documents or to review them easily, you need multiple page-viewing options. Google Docs does not have an in-built solution for this. Resizing two tabs manually is the most known workaround, but we have better solutions for you. 

5 methods to view two pages side by side in Google Docs

  • By manual resizing
  • By resizing using the minimize button
  • Using keyboard shortcuts
  • Using the Tab Resize Chrome extension
  • Using Tab Scissors Chrome extension

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How to view Google Docs Anonymously

If you’re on a public document or a document that a lot of people are accessing, it can be frustrating to have your account show up. Anyone can just hover over your name and access your information present online. To avoid this, you have to view Google Docs anonymously.

Please note that you can only view a Google Doc anonymously if that’s allowed. Some Google Docs have settings such that they can only be viewed when logged in.

2 methods to view Google Docs anonymously 

  • By logging out of your Google account
  • By using an incognito tab

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How to type fractions in Google Docs

Fractions are mathematical operations that you might sometimes need in your Google Docs. You’d want them to look like actual fractions as we write on paper instead of two numbers separated by a slash. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to type fractions in Google Docs.

5 methods to type fractions in Google Docs 

  • Using the Substitutions from Preferences
  • Using the Superscript and Subscript formatting
  • Using the Equations option
  • Using an external website
  • Using the Auto-LaTeX Equations add-on

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How to open a docx file in Google Docs

You might need to open a Microsoft Word file in Google Docs to facilitate sharing and collaboration. This is easy to do.  Here’s a simple way to open a Word Docx file in Google Docs.

2 methods to open Docx file in Google Docs

  • Open Docx file in Google Docs from your computer
  • Open Docx file in Google Docs from your mobile

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How to Enable autocorrect in Google Docs

When you’re typing in your doc, it’s strenuous to check the spelling of each and every word. It can make your writing more difficult than it has to be. Google Docs allows you to use autocorrect to make your writing process much easier. It is especially useful if you misspell a particular word frequently.

3 methods to enable autocorrect in Google Docs

  • Using the Preferences option
  • Customizing by adding a particular word
  • By enabling Spelling and grammar check

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