New York Times Template – Free Google Docs Template

New York Times Template

Do you look for a cute template for presenting your project? Or maybe you want to create a themed newspaper for your company? A Google Doc template designed in the shape of the New York Times, one of the most famous newspapers, is what you need!

This template completely repeats the style of a periodical printed newspaper. The layout is divided into separate journalistic columns, the width of which you can change as you see fit. A headline on the first page allows you to focus on the topic of the newspaper.

The newspaper Google Doc template uses a font that mimics the authentic New York Times font as much as possible. Thanks to this, the template looks professional and elegant at the same time. Images are located on each page, making the information better understood. Be sure that your newspaper will definitely grab the audience's attention!

The template is fully customizable. You can edit all elements in the template: change their size, width, position on the page. Want to add your photo? Easily! Select any image on the template, click the "Cut" button and insert your photo/illustration.

A free newspaper template for Google Docs is a one-stop solution. You can also use it for Microsoft Word. The template is for printing, sending in electronic format, or publishing on a personal blog. Experiment!

How to use this template ?
Step 1
Click to open template
Step 2
Menu > File
Step 3
Make a copy
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