How to add a text box in google docs
To add a text box in Google Docs and article you can follow these steps:
- Go to the Google Docs website docs.google.com and log in to your Google account if you’re not already logged in.
Create a New Document:
- Click on the “+ Blank” option to create a new blank document.
Insert a Text Box:
- Click on “Insert” in the top menu bar.
- Hover your mouse over “Drawing” and then select “+ New.”
- A drawing dialog will appear. In this dialog click on the text box icon a square with a “T” inside it.
Create and Customize the Text Box:
- Click and drag your cursor to draw the text box on your document where you want it.
- Once the text box is placed you can click inside it to start typing your article.
- You can also customize the text box by changing its border color background color and other formatting options using the tools in the drawing dialog.
Write Your 1000Word Article:
- Begin writing your article inside the text box. You can format your text add headings and use all the standard text editing tools available in Google Docs.
Save Your Work:
- To ensure your work is saved automatically close the drawing dialog when you’re done editing the text box. Google Docs will save your changes.
Continue Adding Text Boxes Optional:
- If your article exceeds the space in one text box you can add additional text boxes by repeating steps 35 as needed.
Finalize and Review:
- Once you’ve completed your 1000word article and any additional text boxes review and edit your content as needed.
Share or Download:
- To share your document click on the “Share” button in the topright corner and follow the prompts to share it with others.
- To download your document click on “File” in the top menu select “Download” and choose the format you prefer e.g. PDF Word etc..
That it! You’ve added text boxes to your Google Docs document and . Remember to save your work periodically to ensure your progress is not lost.