There will be times when you are not connected to the Internet and need to access your Google Docs. Here’s how to set up and use Google Docs offline.
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There’s a good chance you are using Google Docs to for your word document. Here are 5 tips and tricks that will make your Google Docs better.
Are you unable to retain formatting from Google Docs? Here’s how you can retain formatting from Google Docs when you export your document to another file type.
Did you know that you can edit and format your Google documents by just using your voice? Let’s check out how it works.
Did you know that Google Docs has its own add-ons? These Google Docs add-ons work regardless of what browser you’re using. Here’s how.
There are so many different cloud storage services available now, we asked our expert writers, “Which cloud storage service do you use?” Here’s what they said.
Fed up with Google docs? The days of Google being the only good online office tool (or suite) have ended. Check out these Google Docs alternatives.
Does it make Google evil because they are all over all aspects of technology? Is Google evil?
Google has released two new Android apps for Google Docs and Google Sheets which saves us from having to dig around within Google Drive for docs and sheets.
Sometimes all you need is a text editor for jotting down a few quick notes, but what about those times you need to get serious writing done? No, we are not talking about Google Docs, we are referring to something even better.
Microsoft Sharepoint is great for project collaboration, but what if you can’t afford it or are looking for a free alternative? Let’s look at some solutions that won’t cost you a dime and will give you similar functionality as SharePoint.
In Part 1 of this series, we showed you how to use your command line to access Facebook and Twitter. Google offers many different services, several of which are available from your terminal. Today you’ll learn how to manage your Google services from the command line.
With the arrival of Google Docs, people are constantly asking themselves whether they really need to pay the cash to get Microsoft Office. $0 is infinitely better than any sum of money you could think of. But is it worth it to move onto Google Docs and abandon Office forever? Let’s find out!
Dropbox is a great tool if you love to have all your important files in sync across all the devices you own. On the other hand, Google Docs is a great service to manage your documents over the cloud. The functionality that Google Docs misses is that you can’t have offline access to the files. (NOTE: If you have turned on the Google Docs offline mode you can access Google Docs and edit the documents, albeit you won’t have the access to files). Insync is a much simpler solution which works similar to Dropbox syncing model.
Ever since Google opened up its Google Docs to allow uploading files of any type, most people have quickly utilized it as a free online storage/backup services. What is lacking though is a tool to sync your files from your desktop to Google Docs. Super Flexible File Synchronizer is one such app that allows you […]
Google Docs is Google’s online document creation and management application. If you haven’t used Google Docs and you have a Google account, it is really worth checking out. It could easily save you from purchasing MS Office or upgrading. Like many Google applications, Google Docs has been doing some testing behind the scenes. Being able […]
Cloud storage is a good thing, since it allows you to store a great deal of data without taking up all of your system’s storage space. It also allows you to share your files with your co-workers, or your friends, without having to send out mass emails or break up larger files into multiple parts. […]
These days, there are many uses for a presentation slideshow other than giving an actual presentation. You can use a presentation as a sales tool, upload them to a social site or even embed them onto a page on your own site. However, to create a presentation, you need some sort of software. Or do you?