When it comes to creating a document in Google Docs, be assured that several factors influence the user’s readability and user experience. Some users benefit from the portrait mode while a few others might prefer the landscape mode.
The switch page orientation comes in handy, especially when it comes to viewing the tables, charts, graphs and even the images on Google Docs. The new feature allows you to sort out all the different multiple page orientations at once in a single Google Docs. Sounds pretty convenient, doesn’t it? However, the process can be a little complicated for new users, especially ones who don’t have much idea about the concept of page orientation and its significance.
In this guide, you can explore everything that you need to know about How to Use Multiple Page Orientations at Once in Google Docs and how you can sort everything out without any issues at all.
- Open Google Docs:
- Now, to change the orientation of the entire page, Right-click the selection and choose “Change Page to Landscape” or “Change Page to Portrait” depending on your current view:
- Now, you will see the page change its orientation:
- Now, to change the orientation of another page, navigate to that page and right-click on the page:
- Now, the selected page will change the orientation: