If your job involves frequent use of Google Docs, you should read this article to the end. We’ve brought you the best Google Docs tips and tricks for you to use this tool like a pro. You can use these tips in Google Docs on both your computer and mobile phone to increase your productivity.

The best Google Docs tips and tricks

Most users often ask themselves: how to convert documents to PDF, how to use offline documents, how to use dark mode in documents, etc. In this article, I present all these little tips and tricks that you may find useful. Read on the google tricks and tips especially google fun facts i m feeling curious.

Convert documents to PDF

Converting Google Docs to PDF is quite simple. This feature is available in the documents themselves, or you can use third-party services available online. You can also convert PDF files to Google Docs.

1. Open your document in Google Docs.

2. Click “File” in the toolbar menu and,

3. Then click “Download” from the dropdown list.

4. Now you will see different options, select “PDF Document” and that’s it.

Your file will be downloaded as a PDF and you can share it anywhere. However, if you want to convert Google Docs to PDF without downloading, you can use third-party services.

Using dim mode in Google Docs

Dark Mode in Google Docs can be easily turned on on your phone as Google has officially made this feature available in the settings. However, you will need to use the Chrome extension on your computer, here’s how:

1. Go to the Chrome Web Store and add the Dark Mode in the Google Docs extension.

2. Now open Google Docs in Chrome and click the puzzle icon to see all your Chrome extensions.

3. Select the “Google Docs Dark Mode” extension from the list.

4. You will see two sliders, click them to turn on dark mode in Documents.

For more information, read this guide on how to turn on Dark Mode in Docs.

Offline use of Google Docs

Sometimes, when the internet is down and you need work urgently, Google Docs offline mode comes in handy. You can edit documents in Google Docs without internet access, and when the connection is restored, the document will be synced with your account.

Here’s how to use offline mode:

1. Go to Google Docs on your computer in Chrome.

2. Click File in the toolbar, then select “Make available offline”.

Now you can use Google Docs without internet and they will sync when you go online.

Use the voice typing feature in Google Docs

This is probably the most useful tip for using Google Docs. Sometimes you just don’t want to type on the keyboard, and you can use Docs voice typing. It’s also useful when you want to take notes during a meeting or class.

1. Open Google Docs on your computer, click the “Tools” heading.

2. Now select “Voice Typing” from the drop-down list or press Ctrl + Shift + S in Windows.

3. You will now see a microphone icon on the top left of the document, click on it.

4. Now click “Allow” in the popup to give microphone permission in Google Docs.

That’s it, now click the microphone button again and start saying what you want to type. Click the microphone button when you are finished speaking.

An added benefit: You can also add punctuation marks, new paragraphs wherever necessary by simply using expressions such as comma, period, question mark, new paragraph etc.

Mention people, insert files and other media

In most cases, we collaborate on Google Docs with other people, be they work colleagues or someone we are writing the document for. If you want to mention these people somewhere in your document or attach a file to it, here’s how to do it:

1. Open Google Docs on your computer or mobile phone.

2. Now on a blank page, type “@” and you will see a list with insert options.

3. From the list you can choose which one you want to insert in the document. To mention anyone, tap their name, or to add a file, tap them, or click the little arrow next to the files.

When you tap on a name or file, it will be added as a link to your documents. If you haven’t already, you’ll have to share the document with other people.

Use Google Docs in landscape and portrait orientation

You can use Google Docs in both landscape and portrait modes, depending on your needs. In addition, you can resize the page, add margins and watermarks to it. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Open a document in Google Docs on your computer.

2. Click on “File” on the toolbar and select “Page setup” from the menu.

3. In the “Orientation” tab you can change the orientation to Portrait or Landscape.

4. You can also change the paper size, page color and leave margins on the same page.

5. After making changes, click “OK” or “Set As Default” to keep these settings for all documents.

So, these are some of the best Google Docs tips and tricks that you can use on your computer or mobile to be more productive and use this tool like a pro.

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