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To add Roman numerals in Google Docs
Open a Google Docs file > click on Insert > click on Special characters > in the search box type in Roman > pick a Roman numeral and press Enter.
To add Roman numerals in bullet points:
Open a Google Docs file > click on the Numbered List option (upper toolbar -right side of your screen) > choose and click on the Roman number option.
To add Roman numerals as pages in Google Docs:
Open a Google Docs file > Insert > Page numbers > choose one of the four options (header or footer line) > head back to the upper toolbar menu > Insert > Special characters > type in 'Roman' in the search box > select all Roman numbers you want to use by clicking on them one by one
Most people worldwide use Arabic numeration in their daily writing documentation.
But, that can become a bit boring over time, so to spice things up, there are Roman numerals that you can use.
Roman numerals are still famous, and people want to use them in modern days in books, movies, magazines, or sometimes in their music album lists.
Read this blog post to learn easy ways to find Roman numerals in Google Docs and how to use them for your benefit.
You can also read: How to restart numbering in Google Docs?
There are many reasons why people use Roman numerals in documentation, and down below we gathered a list of only a few of them:
And that is how it is done. You can proceed to add other Roman numerals in the same manner.
If you are planning to use these Roman numerals as bullet points, these are the steps you need to take:
Even though Google Docs don’t have a built-in feature to add Roman numerals as page numbers, there is a workaround that you can try to do this.
Quick Info: You need to repeat the same process till all the Arabic page numbers are replaced with Roman numerals. Make sure to tick the ‘different first page’ box so that the Roman page number you added on the previous page won’t appear in the upcoming pages.
Now that you know how to insert Roman numerals in Google Docs, you can also learn how to circle something in Google Docs, how to double underline in Google Docs, or how to insert a vertical line in Google Docs.
Or, if you are more on the artsier side you can also explore how to word art in Google Docs - we also have a blog post on that.