- Getting Started and Tutorials
- Importing and Exporting Documents
New version of Google documents
We're previewing a totally re-built version of Google documents that
adds a lot of new features and makes editing much snappier. The new
chat, character-by-character real time co-editing, and makes imports
and exports much better. Learn
more about the new version and how to start using it
Print footnotes as endnotes
Choose to print your footnotes as endnotes through the 'print
settings' page. Learn
Find the definition of a word in a given language and then translate
the word and the corresponding definitions into an alternate
Insert and edit mathematical equations and symbols in documents. Learn
You can now translate an entire document into over 40 languages. Learn
Converting numbers into Roman numerals as easy as I, II, III. Learn
You can now import Word 2007 files (.docx) into Google Docs. Learn
- Find and replace toolbar for text documents
The "Find and replace" feature in the text document Edit menu has
gotten a makeover and an upgrade. Now it's a slick toolbar that sports
case matching, whole word matching as well as regular
expression-style matching. Learn
- Print preview
Need to see how many pages your document is or check on how your
footnotes look at the bottom of the page? Go to File > Print preview
for quick look at how your document will appear when printed.
Table resizing in documents and more Google Docs features
Posted: 03 Aug 2010 06:18 PM PDT
Several new features have been added to Google Docs:
- Tables in documents can now be resized
- Custom entries can now be added to the spell check dictionary for documents
- The document ruler can now be set to 'on' or 'off' across sessions
- Entire drawings can be copied to the web clipboard
Standard, Premier, Education, Team, Partner Edition and Google Apps for Government
All languages supported by Google Docs
How to access what's new:
To resize tables in documents, click and drag the row or column dividing lines.
To add a custom entry to the spell check dictionary, right-click your new word and select 'Add to dictionary'.
To turn the document ruler 'on' or 'off' across sessions, click 'View' and change your 'Show ruler' preference.
To copy an entire drawing to the web clipboard, click the web clipboard icon and select 'Copy entire drawing to web clipboard'.