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Sometimes there is a need to have a document with multiple columns. Google Documents do not currently have the ability to have more than one column, but there is a way to work around this.....add a table.

To get started, open a Google Document and add the title to the top of the page. Insert a 2 column table under the title.
(To insert table: Click on Table, Insert Table, select 2 columns)


Enter desired text into the table.


Right click the table (not the columns inside) and select Table Properties again. Change the table border to 0pt to “remove” the lines of the table.




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Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us

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Friday, March 6, 2015

Friday Google Tidbit: Mixed Columns in a Google Doc


Sometimes there is a need to have a document with multiple columns. Google Documents do not currently have the ability to have more than one column, but there is a way to work around this.....add a table.

To get started, open a Google Document and add the title to the top of the page. Insert a 2 column table under the title.
(To insert table: Click on Table, Insert Table, select 2 columns)


Enter desired text into the table.


Right click the table (not the columns inside) and select Table Properties again. Change the table border to 0pt to “remove” the lines of the table.




Questions or comments?
Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us

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