Yesterday, Google announced a change to the way in which search works in Google Drive. Buried at the bottom of that announcement was a note about column formatting in Google Docs. For years the only way to create columns in Google Docs has been to insert a table. That finally changed yesterday with the addition of new column formatting option.
To insert columns into your Google Documents you now simply open the “format” drop-down menu and select “columns.” In the video embedded below I demonstrate this new feature of Google Docs.
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