Google Doc is very popular among schools, companies and individuals. It packs with useful tools and easy to work with, aside from that people can type on the same document at the same time so it's very collaborative and safe a lot of time during work group. Since, it's very useful, we would like to share some tips changing the line spacing in Google Doc to make your work looks more professional.
A Google doc is also a wonderful resource for a writer working on a project alone, as they can access it from anywhere at any time, and can count on the document being backed up to remote servers, removing the risk of being lost if their computer is damaged.
And to top it off, Google docs are pleasantly simple to create and use. But mastering a few of its more advanced features, such as variable line spacing, can take a while. If you're wondering how to change your text's line spacing in a Google doc on your desktop or when using the Google Docs mobile app, you're in the right place.
When using the Google Docs app, you can set your line spacing at 1.00, 1.15, 1.5, or 2.00, — a range from single spacing to double spacing. These are the only spacing options on mobile, even though the desktop version of Google docs features many more options, including custom spacing.
If you change the spacing on your computer, your mobile Google doc interface will display the new spacing, but if you try to alter it again from your phone or tablet, you will only have the four options listed above.
1. Open the Google Docs app and locate or create the file you wish to edit.
2. Tap the icon near the top right of the screen that looks like a capital A with small horizontal lines beside it.
3. Tap the word "Paragraph" on the popup window.
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4. To the right of the words "Line spacing," tap the up arrow until the number reads 2.00.
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As noted above, you have much more control over line spacing in a Google doc when you access it from a computer, so when possible, that's the best interface to edit from.
1. Open the Google doc you wish to edit, or create a new one.
2. Near the top right of the screen, locate a vertical line with arrows at the top and bottom set beside three parallel, horizontal lines and click it.
3. Click the spacing you want (Single, 1.15, 1.5, or Double) or hit "Custom spacing..."
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4. If you hit chose to use custom spacing, on the next window, set your spacing for lines and paragraphs, then hit "Apply."
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