To expedite formatting, the latest change to Google Docs allows you to select numerous text segments and perform bulk actions (delete, copy, paste, etc.) at once.
By removing the need for repetitive adjustments, this will speed up the formatting and editing of papers, enhancing your overall productivity.
Different desktop operating systems have different ways to keyboard shortcuts multiple text parts in Google Docs online:
Mac: Press Ctrl Shift Left/Right arrow after selecting a text block. To get to a different portion of text that you also wish to choose, use the left/right arrows. Windows: Ctrl Alt Shift Left/Right arrow after selecting a text block. Chrome OS: Ctrl Alt Shift Left/Right arrow after selecting a text block.
This is advantageous for bolding many headers simultaneously rather than one at a time as it is done currently. According to Google, this capability is starting to go out today and will be widely available in the upcoming weeks. With the aforementioned commands, we have not yet seen this in real time.
All Google Workspace users can access it, as well as previous G Suite Basic and Business users.
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