- You can share documents with your students and colleagues.
- Everything is instantly saved as you create.
- You can keep all of your classroom documents organized in your Google drive.
There is a Google Fonts site that makes it a snap to browse the 809 (!!!) possible fonts you can add to your drive!
You can also refine your search by slant, width, etc:
AND…you can even type anything right under the font to test it out:
zero, but you can just change the top and bottom if you’d like to
only control those extra spaces:
If you set your side margins to zero, the table will appear very wide…but can be adjusted by dragging one of the sides to make it more narrow.
To give the illusion of a series of boxes, every other row will need its border deleted. This will make the nice white space between each box. To do so, click inside the second cell, then click the arrow on the right-hand side of the cell:
I hope these tips will help you with your future designs! I know I will be creating more docs in Google for my class, now that I know how to customize the look.
has been so helpful in keeping my students (and myself!) organized and
ready this past school year…and I can’t wait to use it again this
year! Please click the images below to see more about this resource…