by Allen Wyatt
(last updated December 5, 2013)
Docs provides a number of different styles you can use within your documents. For those familiar with styles in other word processing programs, you'll find the styles capabilities in Docs to be extremely limited. Basically, Docs comes with nine pre-defined styles that you can apply to the text in your document. You cannot add to this limited cadre of styles, but you can modify the existing styles to fit your needs.
To modify a style, start by formatting some text to reflect how you want that style to look. Use the formatting controls in Docs to apply whatever combinations of font, font size, and attributes you want. When the text looks like you want it to, follow these steps:
That's it. The style is modified, and any other text in the document that uses that style is immediately updated to reflect the modified formatting.
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