It’s sometimes important to see how many words you have written on your document. Here’s how to see word count on Google Docs.
If you receive a document with many images on it, here’s how to extract original images from Word or Google Docs documents to save more time.
Writing a legal document sometimes requires a signature. Here’s how to add a signature in Google Docs.
Stop hurting your eyes with the glare from the light theme. Here’s how to enable the dark mode on Google Docs on the web and Android/iPhone.
Google Docs doesn’t normally work offline. Fortunately, it allows you to save the document offline. Here’s how to save Google Docs as PDF.
Do you wonder where the text box feature is on Google Docs? Here’s how to insert a text box in Google Docs as fast as possible.
Google allows you to view and edit Google Docs anonymously without signing in to protect your privacy. Here’s how to do that.
Google Docs allows you to share documents. Here’s how to make Google Docs view only so no one can edit the document you share.
Google Docs doesn’t really provide an easy-to-access button to do this. Here’s how to strikethrough on Google Docs web and mobile apps.
Google Docs has a way to make two columns in Google Docs easily. But some find it difficult. Here’s how to do that, including on Android/iPhone.