How To Make Periods Bigger On Google Docs

Since punctuation marks typically have small font sizes and are therefore easy to misread, it is helpful to increase the size of the punctuation marks in your document to enhance their visibility.

The most often used punctuation mark is the period, also referred to as a full stop. The period can be used in a variety of contexts. In order to signal that a sentence has concluded, it is first used at the end of sentences. Additionally, it is used following abbreviations like Mr. and Ms. 

The periods in your document won’t stand out if they are too small, though. Periods are often set to the same size as your document’s typeface. You can modify the size of the periods in your document in Google Docs. You’ve come to the right place if you’ve ever wondered how to make periods bigger in Google Docs.

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How To Make Periods Bigger On Google Docs

There are several ways to make periods bigger on Google docs and below are some of them

Adjust the font size manually for each period

This approach is only appropriate if the text at hand isn’t extremely large. To accomplish this, take the following actions:

  • Select each of the periods on your Google Docs page that you want to change.
  • Once your options have been made, click the Font size button and select the size that best suits your text.

Another alternate is to go to the format menu. Click on Format → Text → Size → ‘Increase font size.’ Use the top and bottom arrows in the Find dialog box to go through each period in your document.

Customize the font in your Google Docs

This approach only works if you don’t have a predetermined requirement for the font used in your text.

  • Choose the text whose font style you want to alter.
  • Select an option from the list by clicking the Font style button.
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Using find and replace

The advantage of this approach is that you may alter the size of the periods without affecting the size of the remaining text.

The drawback of this method is that you have to manually alter the font size of the periods in your manuscript, which takes a lot of time and work. Because of this, we advise utilizing this strategy sparingly and just for brief documents (e.g. less than 2 pages).

  • To bring up the Find dialog box, press Control (or Command) + F. The Find dialog box must be opened initially. Using the keyboard shortcut is a simple way to accomplish this. On your keyboard, press the Control (or Command, if you’re using a Macbook keyboard) and F keys together. The Find dialog box will then appear in the screen’s upper right corner. To pick all periods automatically, use the keyboard shortcut
  • Type a period in the Find dialog box (.).
  • Then enter a period in the search dialog box to highlight all of the periods in your document.
  • In your document, adjust the font size for each period.
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