Google Docs has some great features that can save you a lot of busy work when formatting your documents properly. Ability to select multiple sections of text at once.. If you have two sentences separated by headings, or if you want to apply the same effect to three different words throughout a paragraph, you can now simply select the text at once and apply the changes.
Selecting multiple text sections is very easy. Select the first bit of text as you normally would, then press the command (⌘) or Ctrl, depending on whether you are using a Mac or Windows machine. Press and hold it to select the other bit of text you want. Once you’ve selected everything, you can let go and use the toolbar to change the required format bits.
It’s a small thing, but if you have a lot of text to format, using this feature is better than using the Format Painter tool, which allows you to highlight one bit of text and copy that format to another bit, for example. Is definitely easy. The tool makes it possible, so you don’t have to set each parameter yourself, but depending on the number of texts you’re trying to change, you may need more clicks.
This feature can be used for purposes other than formatting. For example, you can cut and move some paragraphs, or add comments related to multiple sentences. It will be easier if you select multiple.
There are some situations where using this feature is not the best option. For example, if you’re trying to change all the headers in a document, it’s better to change the style instead of manually selecting all the headers. To do this, format one header the way you want, then go to the Styles section, select the header level, and[更新]Click. [style] match. “
Multiple selection may not be the perfect tool every day In this situation, it’s definitely great that Google has added it as an option. In particular, there are some word processors in desktop apps that don’t seem to have this feature (please let us know if you know how to do this in Apple Pages).of Announcement postGoogle says this feature will be gradually rolled out to all accounts over the next 15 days, so if you don’t have it yet, you don’t have to wait too long.