When you create a new document in Google Docs, that document will use the 11pt size for the text that you type. But the text that you copy and paste from other sources, such as a different document or a Web page, might be using a different sized font.
This difference in font sizes can make the document difficult to read, so you might be trying to change the font sizes for a selection in your document so that everything is the same size. Fortunately you can do this by selecting part of the document, then changing the font size value. This will prevent you from needing to manually re-type that information, which can be a good way to save some time and frustration.
How to Change the Font Size of a Selection in Google Docs
The steps in this article are going to show you how to change the size of a font for a selection in an existing document. You will be able to change the font size for either a small selection of your document, or for the entire document, if you so choose.
Step 1: Sign into Google Drive at https://drive.google.com/drive/my-drive and open the Google Docs file in which you wish to change a font size.
Step 2: Use your mouse to select the text for which you wish to change the font. If you want to change the font size for the entire document, click anywhere inside the document, then press the Ctrl + A keys on your keyboard simultaneously.
Step 3: Click the Font size button in the toolbar above the document, then select the desired font size. Note that you can also manually enter a font size if the one that you want to use isn’t listed as one of the default option.
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