Do you know how easy to make a table in Google Docs ?. Once your table is ready, you might want to make the table smaller at any time. No worries, in this article, we will learn the steps to make a table smaller in Google Docs.
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How to make a table smaller in Google Docs
There are two easy ways to make a table smaller in Google Docs. We will discuss both approaches one by one.
Approach-1: Using Table Properties
One option to make a Google Docs table smaller is by using the table properties. Follow the below steps.
- Open your Google Docs document that contains your table.
- Select all the cells of your table. You can press and hold your mouse left click and drag toward the complete table from one end to another to select all the cells of your Google Docs table.
3. Right-click on the table, Select the Table properties option.
4. On the Table properties window, check the Column width option and specify the width as per your requirement.
Now, the Google Docs table became smaller. Specify the column width as per your requirement.
Approach-2: Make the table smaller manually
Another way to make the table smaller is by dragging the resize handle manually. Follow the below steps.
- Open your Google Docs document and locate the table that you want to make smaller.
- Put your mouse cursor on the top of the grid line for the column and you will see the cursor will become a double side arrow you can drag towards left or right side. You need to do this for all the grid lines and you are done with the steps.
Now, you can able to see the Google Docs table became smaller as shown below.
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Voila! it’s soeasy to make a table smaller in Google Docs using the above instructions. Now it’s your time to change your Google Docs table size as per your requirement using the above two simple approaches. Thanks for reading this article !!!.