How to Change From Portrait in Google Docs?

In Google Docs, users can apply changes to the page according to their needs using the “Page setup”. Google Docs also provides the feature to change the page direction, either portrait or landscape, whatever the user wants. This article will illustrate how to change from portrait to landscape in Google Docs. The content of this post is written below:

Let’s start with this guide.

Change From Portrait in Google Docs

Portrait mode can be changed using the “Page setup” of the document available under the “File” tab of the MenuBar. Let’s perform this method practically.

Open the existing document(or a new one) and click on the “Page setup” using the “File” tab:

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A pop-up will appear on the screen with the page setting, change the page orientation from “Portrait” to “Landscape” and click “OK”:

After changing the above setting of the page, the document’s orientation will change from “Portrait” to “landscape”, as shown in the below image:

This is the method to change from Portrait to Landscape.

Change From Portrait on Mobile App

Google Docs support for a mobile app is also available, and the “Page setup” setting can also be applied on the mobile version of Google Docs. Let’s check how it works.

Open the document and click on the 3 dots from the top bar:

Then, Click on the “page setup” from the drop-down:

Now, change the orientation from “Portrait” to “landscape” from the given options:

After performing the above operations, the orientation of the page will be applied to the document as shown in the below image:

That’s it from this post.

Conclusion

In Google Docs, portrait mode is changed using the “Page setup” of the document available in the “File” tab of the MenuBar. The orientation settings requirement may vary from user to user or as per the scenario. In this article, a method to change from portrait to landscape has been demonstrated with a detailed explanation. Apart from that, the Mobile app method to change portrait mode has also been demonstrated.