One way to jazz up your spreadsheets in Google Sheets and make them easier to read is to have alternate row colors. Here’s how you can do that.
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Need an easy way to collect tweets from a user or hashtag? Tweet Archiver is a Chrome extension that automatically saves tweets that match your criteria to a Google Spreadsheet.
Let ‘s say you have a spreadsheet that is in the wrong row order, how can you easily reverse the row order? This simple trick will help you to do that.
If you can run text editors running from the command line, what about a spreadsheet? This command line spreadsheet app “sc” is the one for you.
Have you ever tried copying and pasting some information from a webpage or email to a word document only to have the pasted content not appear in the same style as the rest of the document? The reason this occurs is that the original html formatting in the copied content is retained in the process. Thankfully, there is a way to paste content without retaining the original formatting; this feature is called “Paste Special.”
Google Drive offers a lot of features for users, but some of the basics have always been missing, such as password protection. Here is how you can password protect a spreadsheet in Google Drive.
We mentioned how you can use FengOffice to create your own Google Drive. In this article, we will show you how to extend FengOffice to include email handling and doing some simple spreadsheet work.
Gmail doesn’t has a mail merge feature by default. Here is how you can easily create and send a mail merge in Gmail, using GDrive and Google Script.
You probably have done a lot of work on Excel or other spreadsheet application and you want to convert all of them into HTML document so you can place it on the Web. What should you do? This may seems like a simple question with obvious answers, but plenty of people are still having difficulty […]
Converting Microsoft Excel sheet (XLS file) to a Comma Separated file (CSV) is relatively very easy while using an Office product, but it could be a tedious task for programmers to do it in command line. The situation may arrive when you have a XLS file and you need to fill the database from it […]
Moving all of your apps and information in the cloud has been adopted by a great number of people. However, there are also a large number who still prefer having a desktop application. Pretty much everyone like free. I am typically use Google Docs for my word processing and spreadsheets, but do on occasion tinker […]
I see posts on business oriented sites almost daily shelling out tips for every inch of the Microsoft Office Suite. An equal number of sites talk about Gmail, giving tips and ways to be more productive while using it. What about Google Docs? Docs can do some equally fancy stuff too. Slowly but surely Google […]