Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles working with large documents could be challenging. But adding styles to your text can help. Adding styles, gives you document structure and allows you to make formatting changes that affect the whole document all at once. By default, anything you type in a Google doc ISS styled as normal text to switch styles. Place your cursor in the paragraph that you want to change. Click the styles dropped down, then select the style you want. This is my title, so I'm going to select title. That looks good. Now let's add some headings. I'll select the text I want to change. Go back to the styles drop down and because I want this to be one of my main headings. How click heading one. I'll continue toe add headings as I work through my document for the last heading, I want to do something a little different. I want to make recommendations, a subheading of conclusions, so I'm going to select it, go to the styles, drop down and click heading to notice that the text is a little smaller. This is looking pretty good, but I think these headings look a little too similar. I want to make all of my main headings a little bigger to do this, highlight one of the headings and make whatever formatting changes you want. Then, while the text is still selected, click the styles drop down, hover over, heading one and click Update heading one to match. This will update all of the heading one text throughout the document. You can use the same method toe update all of the other styles in your document as well. Let's say that I want my body text to be a little larger. I'll select a portion of it. Change the font size, go to the styles, drop down, hover over normal text and select update normal text to match. If you create a set of styles that you really like, you can set them to be the default for any new documents that you create. To do this, go to the styles, drop down, hover over options and select save as my default styles. As I mentioned earlier styles air useful not just to change the appearance of your document, but also to give your document structure. We can see this structure by clicking show document outline on the left side of the page If you don't have this option, click view and make sure that there's a check mark next to show document outline. The document outline shows all of the headings in your document. You can navigate through your document by clicking any of these headings, and Google docks will move to that place in your document. If you're used to working with Styles and Microsoft Word, you'll find that many of the features are missing from Google docks. We should also note that styles don't always behave as expected when you add additional formatting, such as lists or tables. Despite these issues, styles are still a useful tool and can help you make documents that look great and are easy to navigate. G c F global. Creating opportunities for a better life.