Margins are no longer used between the edge of the document and the start or end point of the content. Depending on the type of paper you are using or the document you are creating, you will need to adjust the margins accordingly. There are two ways in Google Docs to achieve this.
Delete the margins with the ruler to create new rulers.
This is the fastest and easiest way to adjust your margins in Google Docs: by using the ruler under the menu bar. If you don’t see a ruler, you can see it by clicking “Show” in the menu bar, then clicking “Show Ruler” in the drop-down menu.
You can view the ruler by selecting it from the drop-down menu.
To the left on the back of the ruler you will see a blue line with a blue triangle. To the left you will see a blue triangle. The blue line is the first indent line used to create a negative indent. You won’t use the blue line to change the margins.
Blue arrows are left and right. The blue triangle is now on the page indent, just right click on the button at the desired height.
By clicking on the blue triangle, you can adjust the page indent to one-third.
Change margins with page setup.
If you want to make adjustments to both line length and line width, you can adjust your margins using the layout. Click File in the menu bar, then press Enter Page in the drop-down menu.
You will also find the option to delete a file, in the menu section.
The layout window will appear. You will see the Margins group on the right. Put your page in the boxes and adjust your number. If you did, press OK.
The layout allows finer adjustment of the margins.
Now your page margins are fixed.