Google Docs

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.

Convert Web Files to PDF with Google Docs Viewer

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.

Perform OCR with Google Docs – Turn Images Into Digital Text

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.

Google Docs turns into a Universal File Viewer

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.

Comparing Google Docs with Office Web Apps

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.