how to insert roman numeral page numbers in google docs

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How do you change page numbers to Roman numerals on Google Docs?
To change the format click Insert Page Number and then Format Page Numbers . You can then choose the Roman numerals option from the Number Format drop-down menu. SOURCE How Do I Change My Header From Numbers to Roman Numerals in ... s
How do you number pages in Google Docs?
Go to docs . new or open the Google Doc you want to add page numbers to. In the top toolbar click Insert. Hover over Header & page number then select Page Number followed by the icon which shows how you want your page numbers to look.
How do I insert a blank page in Google Docs?
Let me make sure I understand your question Youve got a document and want to force a blank page in the midst of it? Easy-peasy Insert Break Page Break forces the below the cursor onto the next page. If you insert a second page break that forces the down another page. A short-cut page breaks can also be inserted by typing
Is there any way one could simply add responses to a Google Form without actually filling it out, but just manipulating the spreadsheet that data is stored in order to get an increased number of responses when the summary of the responses is viewed?
I guess you're trying to get the minimum number of sample size and project it as a statistically confident research result. Don't think about manipulating this data. The tools is created to get data easily and since it is online I'm sure you can reach the response number if you research how to get a decent number of responses for your forms or surveys.
How can I include the page number in the table of contents in Google Docs?
I'm assuming you need page numbers only when delivering for print or exporting to a PDF for delivery outside of Google Drive because if you were inside Google Docs you wouldn't need page numbers at all. I'm also assuming you're already using the headers inside the document and have a properly generated Table of Contents (minus page numbers) Based on these assumptions if you have Microsoft Word which is prettymon place then you can export the document as a word document. Delete the table of contents and re-create it using the Word tool. Word will pick up on the headers automatically. This process is fairly painless if you are only periodically publishing your google document into a form requiring page numbers. Note If you don't have Word I believe you can upload your word document to SkyDrive and there is a simplified editor there but I haven't tested.