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★ Edit Documents Online
Full support of Google Docs document editing lets you edit your documents whenever you are, just with few taps.

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Understand how to use Google Docs in the classroom to create, share, collaborate and publish works.

In this tutorial sheet you will learn how to:

Create a Google Account Create a New Document Save a New Document Rename a New Document Upload an Existing Document Basic Editing Tagging a Document Collaborating and Sharing a Document Revise and Add Comments to a Document Publishing a Document Copying a Document Software Needed

Firefox or Internet Explorer
Ability to access Google Docs on the Internet

Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills

Before beginning this tutorial please make sure that you have completed the mouse and desktop tutorials.

Overview

Google Docs is a free online program that allows users to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online and share them with others for collaboration. This allows educators and students to share their work with others, collaborate on assignments, and save documents online for access at school or at home. In this tutorial we will focus on using the document portion of Google Docs. These same instructions can apply to the spreadsheet and presentation files as well.

 

 [back to top] Lesson 1: Creating a Google Account

In order to use Google Docs you will need to register for a Google account. If you already have one through Gmail then you can use the same login to access Google Docs. If you do not have a Gmail account you may want to consider signing up for one so you can also use the Gmail and Calendar feature within Google. Otherwise you can just sign up for a Google account with an email address of your choice and a password. (This type of account does not provide the use of Gmail.)

Note that while it's possible to view a document, spreadsheet or presentation without a Google Account (via an invitation), you'll need to create a Google Account to edit the document, spreadsheet or presentation, and to continue accessing Google Docs.

 


A Gmail account will get you access both to Gmail and Google Docs as well as the other free programs offered through Google.

Activity 1: Signing up with Google

1. Go to http://docs.google.com. If you haven't already signed up for an account you should see the screen below.

2. If you already have a Google account type in your email and password to sign in. Otherwise click on the Get Started button to sign up with Google.

3. Fill in all of the required form fields to sign up for the account, read through the Terms of Service, and click on I Accept. Create My Account.

4. You will need to verify your email address you used to create the account by signing into it and clicking on the link that Google Docs sends you. By doing so you will be taken to a page that looks similar to the one below. Now you are ready to start creating, sharing and collaborating on documents.

   [back to top] Lesson 2: Creating and Working with a New Document

Now that you have created a Google account and are able to access Google Docs you can begin creating or adding documents to your account. In this lesson you will learn how to create a new document, save it, and rename it. You will also learn how to upload an existing document. We will be working with word processing files but the same steps can be utilized to create and upload spreadsheets and presentations.

 


You may want to have your students change their display names so that you can quickly identify the author of each document. Click on Settings and then change the Display Name field.

 

Activity 1: Creating a New Document

1. Click on New on the Menu bar and select which type of file you would like to create. For the purposes of this tutorial we will be using the Document option.

2. Google Docs will open a new window that will allow you to create a word processed document.

 


Here's a shortcut...

1. Control + S will also save the document

Activity 2: Saving and Renaming a New Document

1. In order to save your document you just need to click on the Save button. (You can also use the Save and Close button if you are finished working with the document.)

2. You can also chose File on the Menu bar and then Save. In either case it will save the file using the text at the top of the document as the file name.

3. If you would like to rename your file you can go to File on the Menu bar and choose Rename.

4. Type in the new document name and click OK.

 

Types of files that you can upload: Documents (up to 500KB)

HTML files and plain text (.txt). Microsoft Word (.doc), Rich Text (.rtf), OpenDocument Text (.odt) and StarOffice (.sxw) Note: PDF and Office 2007 files are currently not able to be uploaded.

Presentations (up to 10MB)

Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pps)

Spreadsheets (up to 1MB)

Comma Separated Value (.csv). Microsoft Excel (.xls) files and OpenDocument Spreadsheet (.ods). Activity 3: Uploading a Document

1. In order to upload an existing document you just need to click on the Upload button on the Menu bar.

2. Then you will need to click on the Browse button and find the document that you would like to upload.

3. The path to your document will appear in the form field next to the Browse button. If the file is not on your computer but can be accessed via the web you can also type in the URL in the second form field. The third form field allows you to change the name before uploading. When you have completed these steps you will click on the Upload File button.

4. Your file should now appear in your main window.

 [back to top] Lesson 3: Working with your Documents

Just like in Microsoft Word you can copy, paste, bold, underline, italicize, and many other editing options. Although your editing options are not as comprehensive as a paid for program such as MS Word, you should find most of what you will need to create and edit your documents. This lesson will take you through some of the features that are available.

  Activity 1: Edit Menu

1. The Edit menu has many different options available. Most of the icons that are used should look familiar to you. For example the scissors icon represents the Cut feature and the clipboard icon represents the Paste feature. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the different options that are available.

 


Keyboard Shortcuts within Google Docs can be accessed at the following link: http://docs.google.com
/support/bin/answer.py
?answer=66280

Activity 2: Insert Menu

1. The Insert menu also provides you with some options of inserting many types of objects such as images, links, comments, and tables. Take some time to familiarize yourself with these different options.

  Activity 3: Spell Check

1. Google Docs does have a Spell Check feature. It is located at the bottom right hand corner of your document. Click on the Check Spelling link and it will highlight the words it considers spelled incorrectly.

2. If you click on the word a menu will pop up with suggestions on the correct spelling of the word. Choose which is correct to make the change or type in a change on your own.

 


Teachers should create a folder for each class to help organize the documents they will have access to.

Activity 4: Creating Folders to Organize Documents

1. On your computer you probably have some sort of organization to storing your documents. This usually involves folders and sub folders. In Google Docs you have the same option for organizing your files. To create a new folder simply click on New on the Menu bar and choose Folder.

2. Your screen will change to show you the new folder. You can change the name by clicking on the words New Folder in the middle window. It will highlight the words and make them editable. Type in the new name.

3. You can also click on the Add Description/Status link just below the New Folder name and add a quick description of what is stored in that folder.

4. This is what it will look like after you have added a new name and description.

5. To place a document into a folder you will need to click on All Items in the left navigation menu to see all of your documents. Then choose the document you would like to move to a folder by checking the box next to it. Go to the Add to Folder button on the Menu bar and choose which folder you would like to add it to. You can do this for all your documents until you have them organized to your liking.

6. In the left navigation menu you will now see your folders listed and how many items are in each of the folders.

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Please Note: In order to collaborate on a document the person you share the document with must have a Google Account. Otherwise they can only view the document.

Lesson 4: Sharing, Collaborating and Publishing a Document A wonderful feature of Google Docs is the ability to share your work with others. You have many options to do this. You can give access to a document where the viewers are only able to read the document and not make any changes. You can also give access to a document where people can collaborate with you by making changes. You will be able to see the changes that each person has made to your document. In this lesson you will learn how to share your document with others and publish the final version.  


Limits for documents and presentations: 200 combined viewers and collaborators. 10 people may edit and/or view at any given time.

There is currently no limit to the number of people with whom you can share a spreadsheet. However, only 50 people can edit a spreadsheet at the same time.

Activity 1: Sharing and Collaborating on a Document

1. Click on All Items in your left navigation menu to show all the items that you have in your Google Docs account. Select which one you would like to share with another person by clicking the checkbox in front of the document. Then click on the More Actions button on the Menu bar and select Share.

2. You have the option to invite others to be Collaborators or Viewers. Collaborators are able to view as well as edit any documents that you share using this option. Viewers are only able to view the document. They are not able to make any changes to the document. After selecting the Collaborator or Viewer option you will need to type in the email addresses of the people with whom you would like to share the document. Separate addresses with a comma. Then click on the Invite Collaborators/Viewers button.

Please note: If you'd like to allow Collaborators to add and delete other collaborators and/or viewers, select the checkbox next to Collaborators may invite others under Advanced permissions. Collaborators, once given this permission, can share the document by forwarding their invitation to others.To successfully add a mailing list, you must select the Invitations may be used by others checkbox (under Advanced permissions at the bottom of the screen). This allows all members of a group to access the document using this one invitation.

3. A window will pop up that will ask you to type in a message that will be emailed along with the invitation to access the document. Type in your message and click on the Send button. You have the option to CC yourself on the message by making sure the checkbox is selected next to CC me.

4. Anyone that receives the invitation can then click on the link within the message to begin viewing and/or editing the document. They will need to log in with their Google Account in order to edit if they are a collaborator.

  Activity 2: Revising a Document

The chance to revise a document while working on it is very helpful to both teachers and students. Teachers no longer have to wait for their students to turn in the paper before they get a chance to offer suggestions. A teacher can check in with a student's work online and offer suggestions for revisions or provide ideas for further development while the student is in the writing process. Below are some ideas on how you can utilize the Revision feature in Google Docs.

1. Follow the above instructions on sharing a document. Be sure your students include you as a collaborator on their documents so you are able to view and provide feedback during the writing process.

2. If you would like to to see who made what additions or changes to the document you need to click on the Revisions tab.

3. You should now see all of the revisions that have occurred to that document. You can also see who has collaborated on the document. By selecting a particular revision you can see what changes or additions that person made. Or by selecting two or more revisions you can compare them. You will get a screen similar to the one below with color highlighting who made what changes. In this case the changes that are highlighted in green were done by the author "Me". Any changes that were done by "cvanwassh" would be highlighted in blue.

4. If you would like to add comments to a student's work you can do so without making edits to the document. Select the area that you would like to comment on and then go to the Insert menu and click on the Comments link. Then type in the comment you would like to leave. By doing this a student can read your suggestion and determine whether or not to make a change. It will not directly change their document. When they publish their document as a web page, post it to their blog, or print it, the comments will disappear.

 

 


If you would like the document to be republished every time a change is made, be sure to check the box that says Automatically re-publish when changes are made

Activity 3: Publishing a Document

Publishing a document means that you will be making it available to anyone via the Internet. Google adds your document to the Google Index so that if someone does a search on the topic of your document it may be accessed.

1. To publish your document you need to click on the Publish tab on the upper right side of your screen after selecting which document you would like to publish. A screen like the one below will appear.

2. The Publishing tab allows you to publish to the Internet and will provide you with a URL. Or you can publish to your blog. You will need to set up your blog by clicking on the set up your blog site settings link. Choose which option by clicking on the Publish Document button or Post to Blog button. When choosing Publish Document a screen like the one below should appear. You can use the URL provided to share the document with others.

 

 [back to top] Lesson 5: Printing and Copying a Document

Once you have a final version of your document you may want to print it. Or perhaps you want to have a copy of the original document before others start collaborating on it. (Which you can also achieve through the revisions tab). This lesson will show you how to print your document and make a copy of it.

 


Please Note: Do not use the Print option in your browser's File menu. This will print the entire web page and not just your document.

Activity 1: Printing a Document

1. To print the document open it and choose the Print link on the right hand upper corner between Preview and Email.

2. Another option is to click on the File button on the Menu bar and choose Print.

3. If your document prints with the URL of the webpage and other unnecessary information follow the instructions below to fix this issue.

In Firefox for PC: Choose File > Page Setup. Select the Margins & Header/Footer tab. Set the headers and footers at the bottom of the window to Blank. Click OK. In Firefox for Mac: Choose File > Print. In the window that appears, select the drop-down menu labeled Copies & Pages and choose Firefox. At the bottom of this new window, make sure the options for Page headers and Page Footers (Left, Center, and Right) are set to Blank. Click OK.

In Internet Explorer:

Choose File > Page Setup. Delete the info that you see in the Header and Footer fields. Click OK.

 

  Activity 2: Copying a Document

1. To copy a document you will need to open the document and then choose File on the Menu bar and Copy.

2. A confirmation message will pop up. Click OK to continue.

3. The file should now be saved as "Copy of <Filename>"

 

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Google Docs Support
http://docs.google.com/support/

Wrap Up:

As you can see Google Doc is easy to use and very useful when needing to share documents with others. The opportunities to use this program in your classroom are endless. From Buddy Book Shares to collaboration with another school on a particular topic, Google Docs opens the door to collaboration using technology. You may want to visit the Google Help Site for more information on how to use Google Docs.

http://docs.google.com/support/

Additional Resources:

Using Google Docs in the Classroom
http://www.google.com/librariancenter/articles/0703_01.html
http://www.google.com/educators/activities.html
http://www.google.com/educators/weeklyreader.html

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Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are productivity apps that let you create different kinds of online documents, work on them in real time with other people, and store them in your Google Drive online — all for free. You can access the documents, spreadsheets, and presentations you create from any computer, anywhere in the world. (There's even some work you can do without an Internet connection!) This guide will give you a quick overview of the many things that you can do with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

Google Docs

Google Docs is an online word processor that lets you create and format text documents and collaborate with other people in real time. Here's what you can do with Google Docs:

Upload a Word document and convert it to a Google document Add flair and formatting to your documents by adjusting margins, spacing, fonts, and colors — all that fun stuff Invite other people to collaborate on a document with you, giving them edit, comment or view access Collaborate online in real time and chat with other collaborators — right from inside the document View your document's revision history and roll back to any previous version Download a Google document to your desktop as a Word, OpenOffice, RTF, PDF, HTML or zip file Translate a document to a different language Email your documents to other people as attachments

To learn more about Google Docs, check out the Google Docs getting started guide.

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Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet app that lets you create and format spreadsheets and simultaneously work with other people. Here's what you can do with Google Sheets:

Import and convert Excel, .csv, .txt and .ods formatted data to a Google spreadsheet Export Excel, .csv, .txt and .ods formatted data, as well as PDF and HTML files Use formula editing to perform calculations on your data, and use formatting make it look the way you'd like Chat in real time with others who are editing your spreadsheet Create charts with your data Embed a spreadsheet — or individual sheets of your spreadsheet — on your blog or website

For more information about Google spreadsheets, check out the Google Sheets getting started guide.

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Google Slides is an online presentations app that allows you to show off your work in a visual way. Here's what you can do with Google Slides:

Create and edit presentations Edit a presentation with friends or coworkers, and share it with others effortlessly Import .pptx and .pps files and convert them to Google presentations Download your presentations as a PDF, a PPT, or a .txt file Insert images and videos into your presentation Publish and embed your presentations in a website

For more information about Google presentations, check out the Google Slides getting started guide

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Google Docs is a free web-based office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. It also was a storage service but has since been replaced by the before-mentioned Google Drive [3] It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users. Google Docs combines the features of Writely and Spreadsheets with a presentation program incorporating technology designed by Tonic Systems. Data storage of files up to 1 GB total in size was introduced on January 13, 2010, but has since been increased to 10 GB, documents using Google Docs native formats do not count towards this quota.[4] The largely anticipated cloud storage feature by Google is said to be replacing most of Docs' features in 2012.[5] This extension or replacement of Google Docs called Google Drive was opened to the public on April 24, 2012.

Contents 1 History 2 Features 2.1 Storage 2.2 File limits 2.3 Supported file formats 3 Data safety and privacy 4 Mobile access 5 See also 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External links [edit] History Writely's beta logo

Google Docs originated from two separate products, Writely and Google Spreadsheets. Writely was a web-based word processor created by the software company Upstartle and launched in August 2005.[6] Spreadsheets, launched as Google Labs Spreadsheets on June 6, 2006,[7] originated from the acquisition of the XL2Web product by 2Web Technologies. Writely's original features included a collaborative text editing suite and access controls. Menus, keyboard shortcuts, and dialog boxes are similar to what users may expect in a desktop word processor such as Microsoft Word or LibreOffice Writer.

On March 9, 2006, Google announced that it had acquired Upstartle.[8] At the time of acquisition, Upstartle had four employees.[9] Writely closed registration to its service until the move to Google servers was complete.[8] In August 2006, Writely sent account invitations to everyone who had requested to be placed on a waiting list, and then became publicly available on August 23. Writely continued to maintain its own user system until September 19, 2006, when it was integrated with Google Accounts.[10]

Meanwhile, Google developed Google Spreadsheets using the technology it had acquired from 2Web Technologies in 2005 and launched Google Labs Spreadsheets[7][11] on June 6, 2006 as the first public component of what would eventually become Google Docs. It was initially made available to only a limited number of users, on a first-come, first-served basis. The limited test was later replaced with a beta version available to all Google Account holders, around the same time as a press release was issued.[12]

In February 2007, Google Docs was made available to Google Apps users.

In June 2007, Google changed the front page to include folders instead of labels, organized in a side bar.

On September 17, 2007, Google released their presentation program product for Google Docs.[13]

On July 6, 2009, Google announced on their official blog that Google Docs along with other Google Apps would be taken out of beta.[14]

On January 13, 2010, Google announced on their official blog that Google Docs would allow any file type, including 1 GB of free space and $0.25/GB for additional storage.[15]

On March 7, 2010, DocVerse, an online document collaboration company, was acquired by Google.[16] It allows multiple user online collaboration on Microsoft Office compatible document formats such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.[17] Improvements based on DocVerse were announced and deployed in April 2010.[18]

In June 2010, it was reported that access to Google Docs had been blocked in Turkey.[19] A Google employee confirmed the problem saying that it "appear[ed] to be linked to the ongoing ban on YouTube."[20]

As of September 29, 2011, Google Docs supports offline viewing through an opt-in beta HTML 5 web app.[21]

On April 26, 2012, Google Launched Google Drive, which supplants Google Docs. It combines all of the Docs features with improved storage functionality.[22] This also incorporates the Google Docs service into Google Drive. Google Docs' URL now redirects to Google Drive.

[edit] Features

Google Docs is Google's "software as a service" office suite. Documents, spreadsheets, presentations can be created with Google Docs, imported through the web interface, or sent via email. Documents can be saved to a user's local computer in a variety of formats (ODF, HTML, PDF, RTF, Text, Office Open XML). Documents are automatically saved to Google's servers to prevent data loss, and a revision history is automatically kept so past edits may be viewed (although this only works for adjacent revisions, and there is currently no way to find and isolate changes in long documents.). Documents can be tagged and archived for organizational purposes. The service is officially supported on recent versions of the Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome browsers running on Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux operating systems.[23]

Google Docs serves as a collaborative tool for editing documents in real time. Documents can be shared, opened, and edited by multiple users simultaneously. Users cannot be notified of changes, but the application can notify users when a comment or discussion is made or replied to, facilitating collaboration. There is no way to highlight changes made by a particular editor in real time during a writing session, nor a way to jump to the changes made. However, an editor's current position is represented with an editor-specific color/cursor, so if another editor happens to be viewing that part of the document they can see edits as they occur. Also, the revision history included in the service allows users to see the additions made to a document, with each author distinguished by color, but the entire document must be manually searched to find these changes. The application supports two ISO standard document formats: OpenDocument (for both opening and exporting) and Office Open XML (for opening only). It also includes support for viewing proprietary formats such as .doc and .xls.[24][25]

Google Docs is one of many cloud computing document-sharing services.[26] The majority of document-sharing services require user fees, whereas Google Docs is free. Its popularity amongst businesses is growing due to enhanced sharing features and accessibility.[27] In addition, Google Docs has enjoyed a rapid rise in popularity among students and educational institutions.[28]

Google Cloud Connect is a plug-in for Windows Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 that can automatically store and synchronize any Microsoft Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or Excel spreadsheet to Google Docs in Google Docs or Microsoft Office formats. The Google Doc copy is automatically updated each time the Microsoft Office document is saved. Microsoft Office documents can be edited offline and synchronized later when online. Google Cloud Sync maintains previous Microsoft Office document versions and allows multiple users to collaborate by working on the same document at the same time.[29][30]

Google Spreadsheets and Google Sites also incorporate Google Apps Script to write code within documents in a similar way to VBA in Microsoft Office. The scripts can be activated either by user action or by a trigger in response to an event [31][32]

Google Forms and Google Drawings have been added to the Google Docs suite. Google Forms is a tool that allows you to collect information via personalized survey or quiz. The information is then collected and automatically connected to a spreadsheet with the same name. The spreadsheet is populated with the survey and quiz responses.

Google Drawings allows users to collaborate creating, sharing, and editing images or drawings.

On May 15, 2012, Research tool was introduced in Google Docs.[33] It brings the web’s wealth of information to the users while they're writing documents.

In June 2012 Google acquired Quickoffice.[34]

On 28 June offline editing was made available to Google Docs. The capability was announced at Google I/O by Clay Bavor, director of product management for Google Apps.[35] This was an important change as it meant the user no longer had to switch to software such as Microsoft Office or OpenOffice when offline.[36]

[edit] Storage

Since Google Docs launch 1 GB of storage was included for free. On 24 of April 2012 the free storage increased to 5 GB.[37]

Currently additional storage costs per month are: 25 GB-$2.49, 100 GB-$4.99, etc. up to 16 TB.[38][39]

Recently however, the storage service of Docs has now become Google Drive[3]

[edit] File limits

Individual documents may not exceed 1 GB as of 13 January 2010 (2010 -01-13)[update], embedded images must not exceed 2 MB each, and spreadsheets are limited to 256 columns, 400,000 cells, and 200 sheets.[40] In September 2009, an equation editor was added which allows rendering in LaTeX format. However, Google Docs lacks an equation numbering feature. Find and Replace is available, and although there was no ability to do the search in a reverse direction in the original release, the newest version of Google Docs allows reverse search and reverse replace. Files uploaded, but not converted to Google Docs format, may be up to 10GB in size.[41]

[edit] Supported file formats

Google Docs supports 15 file formats for viewing,[42] although you can upload any:

Microsoft Word (.DOC and .DOCX) Microsoft Excel (.XLS and .XLSX) Microsoft PowerPoint (.PPT and .PPTX) OpenDocument Format (.ODT and .ODS) Adobe Portable Document Format (.PDF) Apple Pages (.PAGES) Adobe Illustrator (.AI) Adobe Photoshop (.PSD) Tagged Image File Format (.TIFF) Autodesk AutoCad (.DXF) Scalable Vector Graphics (.SVG) PostScript (.EPS, .PS) Fonts (.TTF, .OTF) XML Paper Specification (.XPS) Archive file types (.ZIP and .RAR) [edit] Data safety and privacy Further information: Cloud computing security and Criticism of Google

In a cloud environment, data security issues and national interests mean that on-line document storage and processing can be unsuitable for use by governments or commercial organisations. Especially so where sensitive data or confidential data is being stored, edited or shared on systems and infrastructure that are outsourced and shared with many other organisations, individuals, users (e.g. the Internet.)[43][44]

In a recent (June 2011[45]) attack on Google from Jinan, China, (a city with a military command center,) the passwords were stolen for the Gmail accounts of hundreds of senior US government officials.[43] The Gmail address and password would have given the attackers the ability to access other areas of Google for these user accounts (Apps, Docs, etc.) Other systems where the username and password pair were the same could also have been accessed. Also some systems using a password recovery feature could be accessed. (If a password is forgotten a new one is sent to the registered email address. See Password notification email.) On 10 March 2009, Google reported, for example, that a bug in Google Docs had allowed unintended access to some private documents. It was believed that 0.05% of all documents stored via the service were affected by the bug. Google claims the bug has now been fixed.[44] Google has a close relationship with the US intelligence agencies[46][47] and provides information to intelligence agencies[48] around the world upon request via established protocols (e.g. RIPA in the UK.) Google is primarily a US based company. Certain commenters have argued that to protect national interests, it is unwise for some non US citizens to use some of the Google services.[48][49] [edit] Mobile access

The Android Google Docs app, which is available for free on the Google Play Store,[50] allows users to view, edit, and create Google Docs documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. The Android Google Docs app can also take a photo of a document, sign, or other text and use Optical Character Recognition to convert to text that can be edited.[51] The iPhone and iPad Safari Browser also allows users to view documents, spreadsheets, and presentation and to edit and create Google Docs documents and spreadsheets.[52] Furthermore, the Google App for iPhone and iPad allows users to view and edit Google Docs. Most other mobile devices can also view and edit Google Docs documents and spreadsheets using a mobile browser.[53] PDF files can be viewed but not edited.

[edit] See also Google Drive List of word processors Comparison of word processors Google Cloud Connect to sync from Microsoft Office Documents Syncdocs to sync any file format Google Picasa for image storage Comparison of office suites Docs.com File hosting service List of presentation software List of equation editors List of online word processors List of online spreadsheets Cloud collaboration Document collaboration Document-centric collaboration Online office suite [edit] References ^ Strickland, Jonathan (2008-06-02). "HowStuffWorks "Back End of Google Docs"". Computer.howstuffworks.com. http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/google-docs5.htm. Retrieved 2012-10-26. ^ "Docs Blog: Translation and undo smartquotes in documents". Googledocs.blogspot.com. http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2010/07/translation-and-undo-smartquotes-in.html. Retrieved 2012-10-26. ^ a b "Google Drive". Google. https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/drive/start/index.html?authuser=0. 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