Google Docs is a free web-based application that can be used to create and edit documents. Users can create, edit, add images, import and update their documents in multiple file formats using Google Docs.
It also has a mobile app that is available for both Android and iPhone users. The mobile app allows you to view and edit all your Google Docs files on the go. Users can even make changes to their documents offline.
It can be used to convert your regular document files to different formats such as Microsoft Word (.doc) or PDF and is also able to edit Microsoft Word documents.
To properly create documents in Google Docs you have to use good formatting to make your documents easy to read and understand for your readers. One of the ways you can do it is by adding new pages to your documents. Some simple steps are given below for understanding how to add a new page in Google Docs.
How to add a page in Google Docs on your computer
Pages are automatically added in the end as you keep adding content to your document in Google Docs.
Whereas, If you want to add a new page in the document itself, place your cursor where you want the page inserted (before the place where you want the break to appear). Click on the Insert menu, then navigate to Break, then choose Page Break.
Alternatively, one may place the cursor where you want the break, and then press Command + Enter for macOS and Ctrl + Enter for Windows to insert the page break.
How to add a page in Google Docs on your phone
If you wish to edit your document on your phone, tap the featured pencil icon in the lower-left corner of the page.
The next step is to place the cursor (insertion point) before the place where you want the break to appear in the document. Following this, tap the “+” button at the top of the screen and select “Page break” from the menu.
So that’s how you can add pages to your documents in Google Docs. The process is very easy and straightforward, which requires you to follow few simple steps to add pages within your documents.
These documents are stored in the cloud and are associated with your Google account, you can easily access them on any computer or mobile device without having to carry around a flash drive.