Google Docs is a Web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation and form application developed by Google.
It allows users to create and edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online while collaborating in real-time with other users.
The software lets you create basic documents and spreadsheets including making bulleted lists, sorting by columns, adding tables, images, comments, formulas, changing fonts and more.
Google Docs is among many cloud computing document-sharing services.
This software is also available as an enterprise service.
Additional online functionality is available from the Google Apps service, which includes Gmail, Talk, Docs, Google Calendar, and Sites.
- Google Docs accepts most popular file formats, including DOC, XLS, ODT, ODS, RTF, CSV, etc.
- Save your files in DOC, XLS, CSV, ODS, ODT, PDF, RTF and HTML formats.
- Documents can be shared for online collaboration.
- Edit documents and spreadsheet in realtime with multiple people.
- Online storage.
- Publish documents and spreadsheets online with one click, restricting access to designated individuals or allow anyone to view.
- Post documents to a blog.
- Spelling checker.
- Tracking Revisions.
- Upload files.
- Shared folders.
- Bulk upload.
- Dictionary translation.
- Equation editor.
- Translate documents.
- Email as an attachment.
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