Google Docs text document editor seems to be stuck with the paradigm of last-millennia text editors and bound to the concept of physical paper. I mean, it has a page setup and displays your text on virtual paper pages.
That bothers me because the text I’m working with is not meant for print. Things like margins, pages, landscape-portrait-orientation, are irrelevant.
Worse yet, after a certain threshold it adds a whole lot of empty space below the prompt, pushing the scrollbar further down.
Google seems to have lots of tips for going paperless with their webapp [ref] but for the material world. Is there a way to go paperless within Google docs? I.E. remove the page display and go with just formatted text?
- I didn’t find a dupe. This question’s answer does not solve my problem. If there’s a dupe, just flag this Q.
- I am aware there might not be a way to do it currently. Answers that state exactly that won’t be constructive. It’s okay to have unanswered questions.
- A template, a plugin, or third-party mod is fine.