The developers behind Google Docs have offered their latest update to their web-based environment for document editing: fonts galore! This update will allow web fonts in Google documents, one whole heck of a lot of them, each of them working to allow you wonderful looks for your documents both online and offline in print form. There are over 450 fonts presented in Google docs at present, with extra features coming up quick!
To modernize your Google Docs environment, you’ll have to click your FONT menu and select ADD FONTS. From there you’ll be capable to pick from a number of Google Web Fonts available. You can add the fonts you’d like to use several times to your everyday font menu if you like, all 450 of them!
In addition to fonts, there are numerous features Google has added to Docs to entice you to stick around in the blur for the time being. First there are several new options for including images in your Docs. You can now put in images into your Docs via Google Drive, by searching in the LIFE Photo archive, or by taking a photo with your webcam – expansion!
The following trappings have also been prepared to Google Docs:
- Accessibility in Docs got better with sustain for screen readers in presentations and with the count of NVDA to our list of supported screen readers.
- From File > Page setup… you can now set the evade page size for your new documents.
- It’s now easier for speakers of right-to-left languages by automatically showing bidirectional controls when you type in a language that may use them.
- Apps Script had several improvements, including
- A new Script Service for programmatically publishing your scripts and scheming when they run.
- A new task to find the root folder of someone’s Drive.
- An enlarge in the acceptable attachment size in emails from 5MB to 25MB.
- An enlarge in the size of doc’s files you can generate from 2MB to 50MB.
- There are currently over 60 new templates in our template gallery.