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How do I see revision history?
If the revision history is long enough it is broken down by years, months, days and even into minutes or seconds.
In the Docs Toolbar click file followed by scrolling down the list and selecting "See Revision History".
When viewing revision history if you click the arrows it will refine the history into smaller chunks of time.
Creating columns is a tool which was added earlier this year to Google Docs. It is a little tricky to use. If you choose an amount of columns right away you will have to type to the bottom of the page before the words continue in the next column. This works well if you are planning to use two or three column text to fill the whole page. However there may be times you only want to fill part of a page with two or more columns. So what do you do to make columns work? Creating Partial Page ColumnsFirst type a Paragraph Highlight the Text In Toolbar Select Format Scroll Down & Choose Columns Select Amount of Columns
There are literally hundreds of font styles to choose from for a Google Doc. If I was creating a project about Egypt there are two fonts which I might use for creating titles and headings. The font styles I like are Algerian and Caesar.
You can learn about installing Google Doc Fonts from the following Google Doc Help Center Article: Edit and format a document. Please pay special attention to the "Format your Font" section.