If you’ve been using Google Docs instead of your regular word processor for awhile, you might not realize that Google Docs currently doesn’t separate your documents into pages – everything you type is in one long continuous white box. Well the folks over at Google have decided to change the way things are and have included Pagination in Google Docs. This feature introduces pages into the document – and since printing from the web is much more common nowadays, the ability to accurately layout how all the content fits on a page is essential. In addition to being able to layout your document more effectively, you can see headers and footers on your pages as well. Pagination can be enabled by going to View > Document view > Paginated in Google Docs.
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