If you need to use the same style in different parts of your document, Google Docs let you copy the formatting of text, cells, or an object using the paint tool. To copy and paste formatting into documents.
Using Paint Format in Documents
Launch your browser, go to Google Docs, and open a document.
Select the text whose format you want to copy. and then click the "Paint" icon in the toolbar.
Paint Roller to indicate that the format has been copied. Select the text you want to apply the format to and see how the magic works.
If you have more than one section in which you want to insert a format, double-click the "Paint Format" icon to lock it. You can then use the tool repeatedly without clicking again.
You can also use the painting style with keyboard shortcuts. To copy a format, press Ctrl + Alt + C (Windows or Chrome OS) or Command + Option + C (Mac). Press Ctrl + Alt + V (Windows or Chrome OS) or Command + Option + V (Mac) to paste.
Using Paint Format in Slides
The Paint Format tool can be used in Google Slides to copy the format of images across multiple slides.
Launch your browser and open a Google Slides document. Click the image with the format that you want to paste into images from other slides, and then click the "Painting" icon.
If the tool is enabled and you see the mouse pointer on the paint roller, click another image to get the same formatting as the source image.
If you want to apply this format to multiple targets as before, without first having to click on the original image, double-click the Paint Format icon to lock it.
Using Malformats in Worksheets
You can use the Malforms tool in worksheets to copy formatting applied to text in cells, just as you would in Tables. While you can not copy a formula to other ranges of cells, this is an extremely powerful tool for formatting spreadsheets in your worksheets.
Open your browser and then a Google Sheets worksheet. Click on a formatted cell and mark it. Then click on the "painting format" symbol.
The Mouse The cursor turns into a paint roller to indicate that the format has been copied. Click on a cell to insert the format.
If you want to apply the same format to multiple cells, Sheets doesn & # 39; t You can also lock the tool by double-clicking it. Instead, click the cell whose format you want to copy, click the "Paint" icon, and click and drag to select all the cells to which you want to apply the style.