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HubSpot: How to Add a Text Box in Google Docs [FAQ]
HubSpot just published another insightful story:
Google Docs offers many helpful features for marketers. One of those valuable features is adding a text box to your Google Doc. If you’re sharing your document with colleagues, inserting a text box will help make your document look more professional while also drawing your reader’s attention to important information. If you’re a visual learner, adding a text box to your doc will help you visualize and organize your thoughts. Inserting a text box into your Google Doc is simple. Here’s how. How to Add a Text Box in Google Docs To insert a text box in Google Docs, use the Drawing Tool. Click “Insert.” Then click “Drawing” and “New.” Within the Drawing tool, click the “text box” icon. 1. Go to “Insert” and then click “Drawing.” Select “New.” Across the top of the Google Docs toolbar, locate and click “Insert.” A dropdown menu with several options will appear. To
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