FREE Google Docs & Spreadsheets ‘Challenge’ MS Office?
Introduction and what you can do with the free online Google Docs and Spreadsheets? Also, what you need to pay attentions when using the free service?
Google Office? No..We called it Google Docs and Google Spreadsheets?
Simple. It is lightweight alternatives to Microsoft Office Word and Excel. Only that Google offer online free word processor and spreadsheet, and they allow collaboration...
Well, being able to jointly create and edit documents with others in your team - whether they're in your local office or remote location, is a huge benefit of the Google Docs solutions. It's worth a look if you're in this type of environment.
Another Google exciting feature is that it allows you to create documents and spreadsheets without the need to save to your local hard drive. But if you like you do have the option to save a copy to your hard drive.
Since Google Docs & Spreadsheets saves to a secure, online storage facility, you can access your documents and spreadsheets from any computer, anytime and, in the event of a local hard drive crash, you won't lose your saved content online.
Both of the Google docs and spreadsheets are still consider ‘basic’ at this point, but they're worth a bit of time to explore. Let see…
What You Can Do with Google Docs & Spreadsheets?
Here's what you can do with Google Docs:
The Google Spreadsheets also allow you to do the following:
At the moment, you need to pay attention on the size of your document/spreadsheet?
Since it’s online, then which browsers are supported?
Google Docs & Spreadsheets will work wherever you have access to the Internet via a Windows or Macintosh computer with one of these browsers:
1. Internet Explorer 6.0+ (Windows)
2. Firefox 1.07, 220.127.116.11+ (Mac & Windows -- except for 1.0.8 on Windows and Mac, and 1.5b1 on Mac)
3. Mozilla 1.7.12+
4. Netscape 7.2, 8.0
Google Docs & Spreadsheets is not supported, and probably won't run on other browsers.
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