Back in the day there was "Ann Lander" who knew just the "Right Things" to say. Now there is Ms. Drasby who has the "Just Right Answers" for those GSuite for Edu and EdTech integration questions that are stumping you. Why don't you give it a try and ask a question...
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Recently this question was asked in the Google Docs Help Forum and I see it as a good time to review using "Make a Copy". I use "File Make a Copy" to create templates of prior docs, slides, forms, and sheets. This makes life easier then rebuilding the document from scratch. It also wipes the "Revision History" clean and disconnects the document form all parties it was shared with. When you "Make a Copy" it is like starting over but with guidelines. Please follow the below steps for making a copy:
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.