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Google Docs overview
Google Docs is a suite of products that allows you to create different types of documents, use them in real time with other people, and store documents and other files, all online and all for free. With an internet connection, you can access your documents and files from any computer, anywhere in the world (you can even do things without having an internet connection).
This guide gives you a quick overview of the many things you can do in Google Docs. If you would like more information on a Google Docs feature, sharing, collaboration, or file management visit the Google Docs Help Center.
Here's what you can do with documents:
convert most of the files to the Google Docs format.
add elegance to your documents and format them, using options like Format Painter, Margins, Space and Fonts.
invite other people to collaborate on a document, allow them to edit, comment, and view it.
collaborate in real time and chat with other collaborators.
view the history of changes made to your documents and revert to any previous version.
download Google Docs to your desktop in Word, OpenOffice, RTF, PDF, HTML or zip format.
translate a document into several languages.
email documents to other people as attachments.
To learn more about Google Docs, visit the Getting Started with Google Docs page.
Here's what you can do with spreadsheets:
import and convert data in .xls, .csv, .txt and .ods formats.
export data in .xls, .csv, .txt and .ods formats and PDF and HTML files.
use changing formatting and formulas to calculate results and give your data the look you want.
chat in real time with other users who are making changes to your spreadsheet.
create graphics and gadgets.
embed a spreadsheet or individual sheets into your blog or website.
For more information on Google Spreadsheets, visit the Getting Started with Google Spreadsheets page.
Here's what you can do with presentations:
share and edit presentations with friends and colleagues.
import and convert existing presentations in .ppt and .pps formats.
download presentations in PDF, PPT or TXT format.
insert images and videos and format slides.
enable real-time viewing of presentations published online from remote locations.
publish and embed presentations on your website, allowing a large audience to access them.
To learn more about Google Slides, visit the Getting Started with Google Slides page
Here's what you can do with the designs:
share and edit designs with friends and colleagues.
download presentations as PNG, JPEG, SVG or PDF files.
insert images, shapes and lines and format them according to your preferences.
real-time collaboration with other people, wherever they are.
insert a drawing into a document, spreadsheet or presentation.
For more information on Google designs, visit the Getting started with Google designs page