Google Docs for PC

Google Docs is an online responsive word processor built into the cloud. With it, you can create, edit and share text documents with others and work on the docs simultaneously.

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides belong to the Google's online office suite. Compared to the desktop-based office suites like Microsoft Office, Google's online office suite provides a better experience of making your documents accessible from any Web browser and editable simultaneously by multi-users.

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Windows Software is compatible with:

- Windows Vista;

- Windows 7 & Windows 8;

- Windows 10.

Tips for better using

✎ 1. Move paragraphs around the doc

If you want to move some paragraphs in a lengthy document, instead of copy and paste, you could use your keyboard to them up and down.

You just need to Highlight the text you want to move, and press Alt and Shift on Windows (Option Shift on Mac), then you can use your keyboard arrows to move the text up and down around the doc.

✎ 2. View plain text files

Many people know that plain text files edited via Notepad or other editors won't display in Google Docs.

Next time, try to rename the file and add the .txt extension to the end before you upload a plain text file to Google Docs. You will be able to read your plain text files in Google Docs.

✎ 3. Find out who changed a doc

Google Docs enables you to see who made which changes on any shared document.

You can click the file and see the revision history. A sidebar will appear on the right side, displaying all of the recent changes. Each person who has edited the doc is displayed with an assigned color. Changes made by different people are highlighted in corresponding colors.

✎ 4. Tag someone in a comment

When you have questions about changes made by other people in a collaborating doc, or when you want the changes you made to be seen immediately by other people, you can comment on the document and tag all the related people.

You can click comments( the one that looks like a +), then type @ and their email addresses, then your comment.

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