You may need fractions to show a part of a whole as a mathematical example. In Google Docs, we write fractions either via a diagonal line or via classic division line, just the way it looks when written on a paper, instead of when they’re just separated by a slash. Fortunately, that’s made very simple on Google Docs, and there are a few ways to do that. So, let’s explore them.
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We are starting off by utilizing automatic fractions by Google Docs. Basically, when you enter the numbers in a specific way, Google Docs converts them into a fraction automatically. And that is performed when we enter the numbers we want to turn into a fraction with a slash symbol between them.
And we can control this, exclude specific numbers, or add the new ones, for instance.
Now, if you need more than that, here comes an advanced option to insert more complex fractions and create formulas.
And the last option to insert fractions is performed via the “Special characters” menu.
We hope this tutorial will help you learn how to make fractions in Google Docs. Good luck!
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