I’ve been looking for a way to highlight in google docs that would allow me to highlight just the top section of a page without having to scroll through the entire document. This method works in google docs but not in Google Docs so I couldn’t find one.
The method you describe is pretty awesome. It would be awesome to know more of it.
Google Docs does have ways to highlight text on a page, but its probably not the best. Here is a link to some useful docs highlighting tricks.
The method you describe is pretty awesome. It would be great if you could show me a quick example.The link to some helpful docs highlighting tricks in Google Docs might be a good start.
I actually don’t use google docs, I use google docs but it seems like there is a way to highlight in google docs.
The way you describe it is pretty awesome. I would definitely check out the docs highlighting tricks if you get the chance.
One of the most popular google docs shortcuts is the.html extension. You can add a href attribute to the web-page.html file as well, but this isn’t really a bookmarker. It’s probably a better idea to just put the HTML in your app, which is a better way to go. It’s less likely that you’ll see the link.
This is a really cool technique, but it’s only useful if your web page has more than one level. When you click on a link, it will load the page in tabbed mode, which will be better for you, but if you have a few pages on your webpage, it can be a pain to get to the next tab.
A quick Google search for “how to highlight in Google docs shortcuts” shows that this is exactly what you would do with the HTML. It is the fastest way to highlight in Google docs shortcuts.