I just submitted a short tutorial talking about how to place a line through text (called a Strikethrough) in Google Docs. What if you are writing an email, though, and need to do the same thing? Maybe you work as a VA like I do and have a list of tasks for the week compiled with your client. You want to send an email to them to show which things have already been completed without actually removing the items.
As discussed in my other article, there are many reasons you may want to use the Strikethrough button, and doing so within a Gmail message is even easier than in Google Docs. Let’s do this!
Get your email written, and then highlight the text you wish to place the line through.
Down at the bottom right of your email window, you will find this cute little ”Strikethrough” button.
Click the button and you are finished already!
What other uses do you have for placing lines through text in documents or emails? Do you have any other things you need help figuring out how to do in Google’s suite of products? I am always here to help.