Welcome to Module Two; Compose a Google Docs document. After you create a document, you want to format and add styles, the document meets your needs. In this module, we'll show you how you can format, name your document, and then print it or move it to where you and your team can collaboratively access it. When you begin editing a document, use the format menu or toolbar to change text size, alignment, and more. Select a word, sentence, paragraph, or the entire document and then apply your desired formatting. In addition to applying bold, italic, underline strike-through, superscript and subscript formatting to text, you can increase or decrease font-size and choose from many fonts to personalize your document. Change the font color or the highlight color to emphasize text. Align or indent paragraphs. Change line spacing with preset and custom spacing options. Google Docs also supports multiple columns of content and bulleted or numbered lists with many different style options. If you want to reset the choices, choose 'Clear Formatting' to clear any applied text formatting. Google Docs has its own preset styles that can be applied to text. You can customize these if you prefer. To personalize the text styles in your documents, select some text and apply the formatting you require. Then select format, paragraph styles, hover over the style you want to customize, and choose 'Update Style' to match. If you want to retain your custom styles for future documents, select 'Format,' 'Paragraph Styles' again, then 'Options,' and select 'Save' as my default styles. Then to use your own styles later in another document, create a new document and select 'Format Paragraph' styles, then select 'Options' and use 'My Default Styles.' Google Docs defaults to a portrait orientation and letter-sized paper with one-inch margins all around. Select 'File' and 'Page Setup' to modify these options, as well as the page color. Select 'Set As Default' to make the page setup settings apply to any new document you create or select 'Okay,' to save the settings just for your current document. To print a document, select the printer icon in the toolbar, or select 'File,' and then print. Choose a destination printer or save as PDF. Choose which pages to print, the pages per sheet, margins, and whether to include background graphics if there are any. On Windows and Mac, you can open the system dialogue for printing to access additional options. To name your document, select 'Untitled Document' at the top and type a name. While you're editing the name, the location of the document in Google Drive will be visible next to it. Select it to move your document to another location in Google Drive. Later, if you want to change the location of the file, select the 'Move' icon. Select the 'Star' to add your file to the starred label in Google Drive. Select 'See Document Status' to check whether your changes are saved and whether the file is available for offline access. If offline access is not enabled for your Google Drive, you can turn it on from the 'See Document Status dialog.' When offline access is enabled, you can select 'File' and then 'Make Available Offline' for a specific document.