On Jun 20, 2008, at 4:47 PM, John Siracusa wrote: > Is there any way to bind a keyboard shortcut to increase/decrease font > size? Click the first file that you want to select. Use the steps below to select more than one file at a time in Google Drive. If so, then increase the text size. Or, you can go the page menu (the button directly left of the options or 'wrench' button), and hover your mouse over "Text Zoom," and click on "Larger Ctrl++". That should solve the problem, again, if it's the text size that's the problem. Then at the top left, next to the big pi equation sign, the 3rd button says "abc normal text" click on that. Long-winded and well meaning thread, but I have often searched for exactly the same thing, i.e. This is generally Georgia for a serif font, and Helvetica for a sans-serif fallback font. Sign into Google Drive. This says that Playfair Display (the Google font) is the first choice, and if that won’t load it will load the default serif font from your, or anyone on your sites, computer. But if you have found that the current row size is either too big or too small, then you might decide that you need to adjust the size of the row to make it look better. Then, go back to home and change the font and size. a keyboard shortcut for Google Docs to increase/decrease font size for selected text incrementally. How to Change Font Size in Google Docs When you create a new document in Google Docs, that document will use the 11pt size for the text that you type. But the text that you copy and paste from other sources, such as a different document or a Web page, might be using a different sized font. Thanks a lot, it did work! I suppose I could invoke the font … You should be able to do this by pressing 'Ctrl' and '+' at the same time. Perhaps take a look at this help topic, Clear Google Drive space & increase storage, perhaps something there will help out.That help topic describes what takes up your accounts storage space in (Drive/Photos/Gmail) and also describes how to clear storage from each Google Product. You can go directly to https://drive.google.com instead of opening Google Drive through Gmail or another Google app. The default row height in Google Sheets is ideal for data that is in the default font size, and only takes up one row in the cell. Unfortunately, there is no such keyboard shortcut implemented at this time.