How To Do Roman Numerals On Google Docs

In ancient Rome, the characters that were substituted in for numbers were known as roman numerals. Centuries after the Roman Empire’s fall, Roman numerals were still in use. Roman numbers started to be gradually displaced by Arabic numerals starting in the 14th century, even though some applications still use Roman numerals today.

Learn how to type and insert roman numerals on Google Docs in this post.

How to Do Roman Numerals on Google Docs

  • Open a fresh blank document on Google Docs.
  • Select “Insert” from the menu on the left. You can choose from a drop-down menu once you click on it.
  • select the option for the special character from this menu. There will be a new pop-up window with various symbols and characters in it.
  • Use the search box on the right side of the page to locate the Roman numerals you require.
  • Type “Roman” into the search box. The left side of the search bar will display a list of all the Roman numerals.
  • To add a Roman numeral to a Google document, choose it from the table of Roman Numerals. 
  • To add a Roman character to Google Docs, select it from the table by clicking on it.
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How to Add Roman Numerals as Bullet Points in Google Docs

  • Tap on the “Numbered list” option in the right upper corner of Google Docs after opening it.
  • From the menu that appears, choose Roman Number. (Offerable as the fifth alternative).
  • By selecting them from the list of Roman numbers, you may now add your preferred Roman numbers to Google Docs.
  • You have now added Roman numerals to your bullet points in google docs.

Quick Guide

In order to add Roman numerals quickly in Google Docs, you may also utilize several shortcut keys, for instance:

Press (Ctrl+Shift+7) simultaneously to add a Roman number directly in Google Docs.

Roman page numbers cannot be added to Google Docs, but you can manually add them by adding a section break after each page. Each page that needs a roman numeral will have a footer provided in a different style as a result. 

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