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Yes you can, but I don't know how to do it, at least not directly. However, it is possible. If you copy in text that's already small caps (e.g. from wikipedia), Docs will preserve the setting. You can then set one of the styles (e.g. Heading n) to this copied text and use it to format other bits of your document as needed. Changing the font, size, and ...


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Working on a Google doc, there is a header titled "Add-ons" - click on that. Then select "Get Add-ons". I did a search on small cap and 'Capitals' came up. Download the program. Highlight the text or group of text you'd like to appear in small caps, go to the "Add-ons" header, select 'Capitals' and "Add small caps". Hope this works for you too!


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You can change the font-size in a Google Spreadsheet from 6 pt all the way up to 400 pt, just by typing in the size you want. When you click on the "Font size" icon drop-down you will notice the current size in the "input box" is highlighted in blue, you can type in that box the size you want and press Enter. A lot of programs has this feature but a lot of ...


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http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ does what you want.


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If you are using Chrome, you can also paste text using "Paste and Match Style" which is command+shift+V on a Mac. This usually works for me, resulting in the pasted text all having the default font and font size of the Google doc.


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Enter any text in this web site and get it translated as big block characters in different styles. ╱╱╱╱╱╱╱╱╱╭╮ ╱╱╱╱╱╱╱╱╱┃┃ ╭━━┳━━┳━━┫┃ ┃╭━┫╭╮┃╭╮┃┃ ┃╰━┫╰╯┃╰╯┃╰╮ ╰━━┻━━┻━━┻━╯ Just need to click on the tabs on top for selecting style: Flip, Bold, Blocky, Bubble, etc. For example: TArty - Generate big artful text signs Carty - Generate BIG text art signs ...


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It is done using block element characters that look like they spell another word: █▬█ █ ▀█▀ It is actually an ASCII art with the following characters: █ ▬ ▀ It can't be used to spell all letters of the alphabet, but you can try. Other characters can help as well. Here I just wrote the first part of your username: █ ╔╦╗ I gave up because the R is hard to ...


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In the font selector, at the bottom, is a link to "Add fonts...". Click that. The "Add fonts" tool will open, showing all available fonts and indicating which ones you're using. Simply find Tahoma (or whatever font you're looking for)... ...and click it so that there is a checkmark next to it. Click OK. And now you should see Tahoma in your list of fonts ...


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When you copy/paste from a Word document or an HTML page, the clipboard contains rich text. You need to convert it back to plain text if you don't want to keep the formatting rules. You have two alternatives: Use a plain text editor, such as Notepad, TextMate (please note Word is not a plain text editor). Copy the content, paste it into the text editor to ...


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There's no way to do that in Google Spreadsheets, only the font sizes you already mentioned. There is however the possibility to do that via Google Apps Script. The following piece of code will create a menu option (upon opening): function onOpen() { // get active spreadsheet var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet(); // create menu var menu = ...


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You can fix this by using NFKC normalization, which reduces sequences of combining characters to single unicode characters where possible. So it won't work on あ゛ but it will work on examples like that above. In Python: import unicodedata a = '[bad text]' fixed = unicodedata.normalize('NFKC', a) If you search "nfkc normalization online" there are also some ...


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Here I assume by username you mean profile name. If so, you must know officially Facebook doesn't allow to change the font of the name. See What names are allowed on Facebook?. Some people use different font/style using some script or third party tool (like Unicode Text Converter). You can also do the same. Change the font of your name and copy paste it on ...


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I had installed Myanmar Zawgyi font in my Ubuntu operating System and restarted solved the issue. Now i can clearly see the Myanmar text in google spreadsheet.


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Google Spreadsheets and the other Google Docs editors doesn't allow to upload fonts. Try choosing one of the available fonts offered by Google. For further details on how to change the font, see Change the font in your file


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Google doesn't allow you to write emails in HTML. You can either use the Outlook website to compose the email and forward it your Gmail account and copy-paste the rich text of this message in other messages. Alternatively, you can use the ctrlq.org/html-mail - it uses the Gmail API to send HTML mails from your Gmail account.


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Yes, it's due to webfonts. And it's caused by something called "lazy loading" (the browser needs to build a render tree before loading fonts / rendering text). Google Developers offers two potential solutions: Font Loading API Inlining fonts into a CSS stylesheet Ability and performance will vary by browser, so neither of these two are universal ...


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It depends on what you mean by “Google Fonts”. As fonts, they do not depend on CSS3, or CSS at all; you can download them and install them and use them. As a technique of using “web fonts” or “downloadable fonts”, they use the @font-face declaration defined in CSS Fonts Module Level 3, which is commonly regarded as part of CSS3, which is as such just a vague ...


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Install the Stylish browser extension. Click the Stylish icon and go to "Manage Styles" Add this style. It will configure Gmail to use a fixed-width font for plaintext messages: @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); @-moz-document domain("mail.google.com") { /* change the font family and font size of body message */ div[class="a3s aXjCH"] { ...


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Ensure that you actually did change the default Monospace font. Google Chrome refreshes my font changes immediately, in monospace and in regular font, so changes should show up in browser. Your user profile may also be corrupted - see my answer for a guide on how to create a new profile.


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Yes! Google has an extensive collection of webfonts for webapps hosted on its Google Fonts site, including (currently) 23 different Khmer fonts. (On the left side of the directory, just change the "Script" option to Khmer.) To add Google Fonts to Google Docs, you will need the Extensis Fonts add-on. Once you have installed the add-on, open a document in ...


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Login to Tumblr, click on your blog, and then click the Customize blog link. Within the customize pane, scroll down to Advanced and expand it. Within the “Add custom CSS” field, enter the following for the main font: body {font-family: Arial;} and the following for the secondary font: .fS {font-family: Arial;}. Arial is only being used as an example. Feel ...


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The Identifont site can help identify a font. To let Identifont find the typeface you have to answer a set of questions questions to get the closest match in their huge database of typefaces.


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Hmmmm, try using Windows Notepad, as it removes all formatteed texts and gives you simple text. select the text you want to copy by pressing CTRL + A then copy that text by pressing CTRL + C, go to Notepad, now click CTRL + V, then again click CTRL + A then CTRL + C to copy CTRL + X if you want to cut the text from Notepad & finally go to Google docs and ...


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