In a Google Doc, it's well known how to set the paragraph style for "normal text" to indent the first line: in a normal text paragraph, view ruler, in ruler at left margin drag its tiny blue rectangle rightwards, format > styles > normal text > update to match.

But how can one do that without also indenting every other kind of paragraph, such as titles and headings? Must one turn off all those indents one at a time?

  • Welcome to Web Applications What is that "well known" way to set the paragraph style for "normal text" that idents every other kind of paragraph? – Rubén Apr 30 at 16:53

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