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Browse our latest blog articles about working with Google Docs.

This powerful word processing application allows you to work in the cloud, collaborate with your colleagues in real time, and create beautiful text documents for your personal and professional life. 

Our Latest Google Docs Articles


Cheers for Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms

December 16, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

90,000 hours. That’s the amount of time the average person spends working during their lifetime. To put that in perspective, if you spend 90,000 hours watching movies and did nothing else — no sleep, no breaks — you would be watching for 10 years non-stop.

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Edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files directly with Google Drive

October 8, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan
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How to work with Microsoft Office Document in Google Docs

July 28, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

Check out the latest release from Google for Google Apps. Get the recap from Google below!

A few years ago at Google I/O, Docs, Sheets and Slides got a major upgrade — making it even easier for you to get work done at the office and on-the-go with Google Apps. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of how you can edit Office files, make Suggested Edits and a new ability to convert tracked changes to Suggested Edits:

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Leave Microsoft Office Behind Part III: Embrace Google Drive

June 19, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

Why would I switch to Google Drive and Documents?

Google Drive➨ Real Time Collaboration: Let teams work from anywhere on virtually any device

➨ Device Agnostics: iOS, Android, tablets, Chromebook, PC, MAC

➨ Unique Features: One version, instant saving, revision history

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How To Share Docs, Slides and Drawings With People Who Do Not Have a Google Account

June 16, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

Google has made it easier to share Docs, Slides and Drawings with people who don’t have a Google Account. As a result of this change, files shared outside your domain to an email address not linked to an existing Google Account can be viewed without having to sign in or create a new Google Account. If a file is shared with edit or comment permissions, the receiving user must still sign in with a Google Account in order to edit or comment on that file.

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