Using portrait orientation for document pages is usually useful. Occasionally, z. For example, if you have a large table that requires additional horizontal area, you may need to switch to a landscape orientation instead. To do so, follow these steps in Google Docs.
Unfortunately, in Google Docs, you can only change the page orientation of an entire document, not just parts of it. If you come from something like Word that allows you to orient different sections in different ways, you need to get used to this limitation. Therefore, you can not insert a single landscape page into an otherwise highly formatted document, which would be very useful.
Changing the orientation of the entire document can sometimes be useful
How to change page orientation in Google Docs
On the File menu, click Page Setup to open the Page Setup window.
At the top of this window, in the "Orientation" section, you can toggle your document between portrait and landscape. Make your choice and click "OK" to accept your selection.
If you want to set landscape orientation as default page orientation when you open Google Docs, click the "Set as Default" button before clicking " OK ". The next time you open a new document, it will be used in the default orientation that you set.
Note: While landscape mode makes most of your document look great, it has a quirky look Side effect of rearranging and formatting images and other media that looked great in portrait layout. Make sure everything is alright before you send it to someone for donation.
That's all that goes with it. Once the window is closed, your document will instantly be converted into a landscape layout for page layouts so that your tables, text, and images can fit on the page.