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Check to make sure the image isn't clipping into the margin. While it looks like the bug you were experiencing in the above doc is now fixed, I had a similar problem and discovered that the image was just barely too wide, causing google to remove it completely from the saved pdf.


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Try Control+Shift+\ ...then down arrow to tab through suggestions


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Really needed the code to run a script. How anyone could go so far to bother answering then substitute key step with //Do whatever you like here// What do I do to get the button in my menu to open showuserform?


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Here's an easier solution than the two listed above. Hover over the thumbnail and click the ... Click "Delete file from Slack" "Delete" the actual message with the document link Repost message with link


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Yep'...... It seems that so far, Google haven't made an solution yet. ( Quite odd. ) Here is my solution to somehow work it out, I hope this could be somewhat helpful. ......And, yes, I believe many had thought of this solution already, please forgive me if I am repeating anybody else's trick. As per usual, you'd make the table. Add a column to the ...


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With Keyboard Maestro you can have it search for any part of the screen and add a keyboard shortcut for that.


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for Doc Variables you can use a template and create copies. That is how I use it for the same doc multiple times. But, no, it does not retain a replaced variable after it was processed.


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I figured out a work-around when I was copying text from another Google Doc that already had h1, h2, etc that didn't fit into the target document. If you highlight text, in the right-click menu, there is "Select all matching text". This selects all text with the same formatting in the document. For instance, if you select an H2 text, it will select all H2 ...


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I had this problem recently and found this question so I will add an answer for others. I turned out to be a Chrome extension that was overriding the Google Docs hotkey. I went to chrome://extensions/shortcuts and looked for an entry with Ctrl + Shift + L and reassigned it to another key. You could also, of course, delete the entry if you do not use the ...


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Put the cursor to a paragraph you want to keep with the next paragraph Format > Line spacing > Keep with next


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Change the highlight color to match the text color then change it back when you want to see


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You can use type:spreadsheet in your query. Works with: spreadsheet, presentation, drawing, image, video, pdf


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Use a zero-width space character. Here's the Wikipedia article for it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-width_space Adding it to your document can be difficult. I'm not sure how to do it the right way, but I, personally, just go to the following page and click the "zero-width space" button to copy it to my clipboard, then paste it into my document: ...


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These I find to be the quickest methods: Make a separate drawing in some folder for your document, then insert them through the Drive; Make a separate drawing in some folder for your document, then download the drawing as an image (preferably SVG because it's scalable and won't go blurry when enlarged), then insert that as an image on your document; or Make ...


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Use the document header to add the content that you want to be included at the top of the page. The above because paragraph should be included above and below a table. The same occurs with other elements like images. Related Q/A Always a blank line above where I insert a table? How can I align a table so that text floats around it in Google Docs? Unable ...


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This is a huge problem for me, not because it bothers me, but because it bothers others who I collaborate with on meeting agendas and the like. They want to lock down our documents, or use static documents, to avoid this problem, which kills a huge value offered by Google Docs. While we wait for a better answer that truly addresses your question (I think ...


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I'm sorry, but there is no way to customize those emails directly. The only workaround would be to uncheck the 'notify people' box & send a separate email with the link


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This is a bit of a roundabout way to get Vim (or any other tool that can save a file in the form of HTML) syntax highlighting in a Google Doc: Copy your code into gvim Click on the Syntax menu in gvim, and select, "Convert to HTML". Save that html version to a file. Open that file in Chrome using ctrl-o to find it. Then in Chrome, type ctrl-a ctrl-c In a ...


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I had a similar issue. I first used the find and replace function in Google Docs on the offending text sequence and replaced it with the "word" ReplaceWithTab. I then used this script, modified as shown below. function spaces2tabs() { var paras = DocumentApp.getActiveDocument().getBody().getParagraphs(); for (var i = 0 ; i < paras.length; i++) { ...


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