Recently, for school, I have been taking a fair number of tests through google forms. Unfortunately, in google forms it is impossible to italicize or underline text, so when I write in the title of a book, I am not able to denote in a normal way the fact that those words refer to a title.
I am aware that quotation marks can be used to denote shorter works, such as short stories, song titles, and poems, but based on my understanding of correct punctuation, using quotes for the title of a longer work would not only be wrong, but probably worse than putting no punctuation at all around the title due to the ambiguity it introduces about the nature of the work.
So, my question is: is there any way of using the punctuation and formatting available in google forms to denote the title of a long-form work?
Lastly, of course, I know that I can always just write in next to the title that it is a title (which is what I have been doing), but I am looking for a solution that is not so clunky and ideally only requires the addition of formatting and punctuation.
Here is my source for the rules of using italics and quotes. https://www.thoughtco.com/punctuating-titles-1857242