How to Change Text Color in Google Docs

In this post, we’ll see how to change text color in Google Docs (PC, Android, and iPhone). Let’s get started.

Table of Contents

PC

Steps

  1. ​Sign in to Google Docs.

  2. ​Open the document and then select the text for which you want to change color.

  3. Hit the “Text color” icon at the top, which you can find between “Underline” and “Highlight color.”

  4. Now, click on the color you wish.
    Selected preferred text color in Google Docs

That’s it. You can see the change now.

If you want to go back to default, then follow the above steps (1-3) and choose “Black” color.

See: How to Change Default Font in Docs

Android

  1. ​Open Google Docs app.
  2. ​Open the document and then tap on the “Pencil” icon at the bottom.
  3. Select the text for which you want to change color.
  4. ​At the bottom, you can see the “Text colour” icon, which is between “Underline” and “Alignment.” Tap on it.
  5. ​Now, choose the color you prefer.
Selected preferred text color in Google Docs for Android

That’s all. All done.

If you want to get back to the default, then follow the above steps (1-4) and choose “Black” color.

iPhone

  1. Open Google Docs app.
  2. Open the document and then tap the “Pencil” icon at the bottom.
  3. Select the text for which you want to change color.
  4. Tap “Format” icon at the top, and you can see “Text colour” under “Text” section. Hit it.
  5. Choose the color you want.
Selected preferred text color in Google Docs for iPhone

That’s it. All done.

If you want to go back to default, follow the above steps (1-4) and then choose “Black” color.

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