Google Docs has become one of the most used tools in the lives of many people and, is that, This Microsoft Word-style text editor allows you to write from the browser itself, it has automatic saving and, it also has the possibility of collaborating within the same document.
In fact, it has a huge number of features that many users do not use on a daily basis. Among them is the dictionary integrated into Google Docs. It may not seem like a lie, but few people know about this feature and, for this reason, we are going to teach you how to use the built-in dictionary in Google Docs.
The first step, as always, is to have a Gmail account to be able to access Google Docs. The most normal thing is that if you have an Android phone you have this element, but in case you do not have a Gmail account, what you would have to do is create a profile and for this we leave you linked to the following tutorial.
Starting from the common point of having a Gmail account, what we would now have to do is access Google Docs, this being quite easy thanks to the fact that it is only necessary to search for these two words in the bar of the browser that you prefer to use. Within Google Docs, what you would have to do is create a blank document or, if you have one, use an existing one.
Having the document open, now what we have to do is learn to use the dictionary integrated in Google Docs. There are two methods, one faster and one slower. Let’s start with the slow method that consists of looking for the tools section in the Google Docs bar and within it will be the dictionary.
The short method when using the built-in dictionary in Google Docs is basically press ‘Shift + Shift + Y’ which will launch the dictionary automatically and without having to search in the tools section of the Google Docs bar. The truth is that it is a fairly simple process and does not have any type of loss.
Why is it useful to use the built-in dictionary in Google Docs? The answer is pretty simple, it will avoid you to search for words that you do not know the dignified in Google as well as you will be able to consult synonyms, antonyms and an infinity of elements that are useful when writing any type of text at a general level.