Google Forms is a great way to collect data from users. You can use it to create surveys, sign-up forms, and more. While creating a Google Forms, you may want to format the text in some way. For example, you may want to bold, underline, or italicize particular text.
Unfortunately, there is no built-in way to do this in Google Forms. However, there is a workaround that you can use to format your text. Let’s take a look at how to bold text in Google Forms.
First, Open Google Forms. Then, create a blank form or edit an existing form.
After that, add the fields where you want to format the text.
Now copy the first field title. In our case, the first field is “Name”.
Open Google and search the query “bold text generator”.
Open any website from the search results. For example, we have opened the “LingoJam” website.
Paste the copied text into the “Normal text goes here” field. Besides the input field, you will see a text box where you will find the generated bold text.
Copy the bold text (CTRL+C).
Go back to your Google Form and paste the copied text into the “Title” field.
Follow the same steps for the other fields that you want to format. That’s it! You have successfully formatted the text in your Google Form.
You can use the same method if you want to underline or italicize the text. Just search for “underline text generator” or “italicize text generator” instead of “bold text generator”.
Although there is no built-in way to format the text in Google Forms, you can use the workaround mentioned in this article to do it. Just search for “bold text generator”, “underline text generator”, or “italicize text generator” and use the generated text in your form. We hope you found this article helpful.