Googe Docs does not support two column layouts yet. However, there is a workaround. You can create a table and place the content, and tweak the appearance of the table a little so that it does not show the borders.
- From Table > Insert Table, create a table with two columns
- Create your content within the two columns. There is no way to automatically overflow the content to the second column, so you should copy paste content manually.
- Click inside each of the two columns and select Table Properties . Here, change the cellpadding to match your taste. (.5 looked okay to me)
- Now, right click the table (not the columns inside) and select Table Properties again. Here, change the table border to 0pt.
Here is an example that I created:
I know that this s not the perfect solution, but better than nothing, right?