This article provides the detailed steps that shows you how to duplicate a page in Google Docs in the same documents.
There are various reasons why you might need to duplicate a Google Doc. Maybe you want to create a backup of an important document, make changes without affecting the original version, create a template or baseline for future projects, or share a copy without giving access to the original. Whatever the reason, you can easily duplicate a page in Google Docs.
Duplicating a page saves time and effort for you don’t need to re-type all content that the original document has. You can duplicate a page in Google Docs directly using the “Make a copy” function.
Step 1. Open the document in Google Docs and go to the page that you want to duplicate. And then go to choose “File” from the menu.
Step 2. After tapping on the File option, a drop-down menu will appear. Just choose the “Make a Copy” option.
Step 3. A new window will pop up and you can give a name for the duplicate page. Additionally, you can also locate a place for saving it on your device. Finally, tap the “Make a copy” button at the right bottom.
Done! Now you have got a new copy of the document. But here you will find that these three steps duplicate the whole document, not a page in the document.
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In the last part, we show you how to duplicate the whole document. And if you want to only duplicate a page in the Same Google Doc, please follow the guidance below.
Step 1. First, go to File> New Document to create a new Google Doc for pasting the later copy.
Step 2. Now, select all the content on the page you want to duplicate by dragging your cursor over it or using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+A (Windows) or Command+A (Mac). Press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C (Windows) or Command+C (Mac) to copy the selected content.
Step 3. Go to the new page that you created before and click on it to make sure your cursor is there. Press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V (Windows) or Command+V (Mac) to paste the copied content onto the new page.
And that’s it! You have successfully duplicated a page in the same Google Docs. For further editing a new document, you might want to make labels in Doc for addressing labels or add a check box for better execution. Thus you might be interested in How to Add Checkbox in Google Docs and How to Add Checkbox in Google Docs.
When you need multiple copies of a file for sharing or reporting and do not want to waste time right-clicking before creating a copy. No worries, here we will show you how to create multiple copies automatically using Google Scripts.
To copy multiple pages in Google Docs using Google Scripts, you can follow these steps:
Step 1. Open the Google Docs document you want to copy pages from.
Step 2. Select the pages that you want to copy. You can do this by clicking and dragging your cursor over the text you want to copy or by using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + A (Windows) or Command + A (Mac) to select all of the text in the document.
Step 3. Once you have selected the pages you want to copy, click on the “Tools” menu and select “Script editor”.
Step 4. In the script editor, paste the following code:
You can still use the Google Apps Script to duplicate a Google Doc multiple times. To do this, you will need to create a script that will loop through the number of times you want to duplicate the document and create a copy of the document each time. You can then use the DriveApp class to create a copy of the document and save it to the desired location.
Create a new page first. Copy the content from the page and paste it to the new page.
You can make it by copying the entire page in Google Docs and then pressing Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C.
Head to click the tab of the sheet that you desire to duplicate and then choose Duplicate. Now you will find a copy of the sheet appearing n the sheets toolbar, you can give it a new name.
Open the document in Google Docs and drag your cursor to select the area that you want to highlight. Click the “Highlight color” button in the toolbar and select the color you want to use to highlight your text. The entire page will be highlighted in the color of your choice.
Select all the content on the page by dragging your cursor over the whole page area. Press Delete or Backspace. If you find there is a blank page left, you can drag through the empty page and then again press Delete or Backspace.