This tutorial shows how to use a Google Docs spreadsheet as an RSS Feed reader. You can also aggregate news feeds from different sources into one spreadsheet similar to Popurls and Alltop.
Google Docs is an online office site, similar to Microsoft Office, but one that runs as a web apps and thus all you need is a browser and an Internet connection to use Google Docs.
Your files are stored on cloud storage services like Google Docs, Dropbox or Amazon S3. How do transfer online files across services without downloading them locally?
Learn why spreadsheet forms in Google Docs are a perfect tool to create online polls and surveys for free.
Google Docs now includes some new functions to help you translate individual cells in an Excel spreadsheet from one language to another or for detecting what language is being used in a particular spreadsheet cell.
How do you read the contents of a PDF document or a PowerPoint Presentation if you don’t have the corresponding viewer installed on your computer or mobile phone?
Wouldnâ€™t it be nice if you could write (or draw) on a piece of paper with a pen and send that handwritten note straight to Google Docs or Evernote for digital archiving?
Gmail and Google Docs can now handle both .zip and .rar formats in the browser itself. That means you can view the content of an archive without downloading it.
Manage your Google Docs from Microsoft Outlook. You can also send Google documents as email attachments.
How do you let anonymous guest upload files directly to your Google Docs account without having to share any folders with them?
Google multiple sign-in feature lets you switch between different Gmail and Google accounts in the same browser without having to go through the sign-in / sign-out cycle. Here are some related tips on using multiple sign-in.
Now you can download Google Documents into the corresponding Microsoft Office program directly and edit them on the computer. Any changes to the document will sync back with Google Docs.
This tutorial describes how you may convert web files of any format, including Word documents, XLS, Photoshop, PowerPoint Presentations, etc. to PDF format using Google Docs Viewer.
Google Docs can now perform OCR on digital images. You can upload an image containing typewritten or printed text (like a fax document or a scanned newspaper clipping) to your Google Docs account and it will turn that image into editable text.
You can open all popular file formats, including include Photoshop (PSD), Illustrator (AI), Fonts (TTF) and AutoCAD drawings (DXF), in the browser itself using Google Docs. No software required.
Do you want to create animations in Google Docs? Take inspiration from this awesome deck.
Learn how you can easily upload folders and multiple files from the desktop to online Google Docs account with the help of a free FTP client.
You can now add images and icons to individual cells of a Google Docs spreadsheet using the IMAGE formula.
Learn how to remove duplicate rows from Google Docs spreadsheets. You can apply the same trick to detect non-unique records as well.
You can use the Etherpad tool to visualize your own writing style.
Learn how to create a new document or spreadsheet inside Google Docs using simple desktop shortcuts.
This video screencast from a product manager at Microsoft explains one critical difference between Google Docs and Office Web Apps when used with the desktop version of Microsoft Office.
Microsoft’s new document sharing website â€“ docs.com – is powered by Office Web Apps and the Facebook platform.
Learn how to download and backup all your Google Docs documents to the computer’s hard drive.
This article describes how you can download all your Google Docs documents to the computer as Zip File without requiring any third-party tools.
This article describes how you can use Google Docs as an online distraction free writing tool without requiring additional software.