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You could always add the document you want to get text from to Google Docs, convert it to GDocs format, copy-and-paste into your other document. Then, if you don't need it any longer, delete the original, converted document.
Open the "View" menu and click "Print Layout" so that it is unchecked. Changes to:
Nope, sorry. The closest is; managing a 1x2 table. (Size, color etc.) Including, sadly, manual contiuation of content in coloumn 2.
With the new version of Google Drive there is an amazing tool that will really help you. It's called Manage revisions... under the Menu More when you select a file. I won't explain to you here how it works because there is a very useful blog post that does it. In this way the link won't change and viewers can just download or preview the latest ...
Select the text and and if the font size you would like does not feature in the dropdown appearing when the little down arrow in the menu (or the indicated font size number itself) is clicked just key in the desired size. For reducing say 14 to 13, only the 4 need be selected and overwritten - hardly more effort than Ctrl+Shift+,. Otherwise click the ...
This works... copy and paste from Google to Microsoft Word. Within MS Word, decrease or increase font size as desired with Ctr + ] or [ Then copy and paste back to Google Docs
Using different browsers (eg Chrome for Account A, Firefox for Account B) is the best approach iMHO. Google has tried to provide multi-account support in some products, but success is inconsistent, and sometimes what works today doesn't work again tomorrow.
At the top of Tools > Preferences:
Quick fix: Set up Heading/style no. 6 and use it's keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Alt+6. You don't even need to select the text, just place the cursor in the text-segment. Sometimes you might need to "activate" the shortcut, by using the documents Heading/style function (with your mouse) once.
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