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There is now. Inside any document click Add-ons → Get add-ons... and search for draw.io. Afterwards you will be able to add drawings through Add-ons → Draw.io Diagrams


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You have a link but instead of providing an link to an image on a server, the PNG image data is in the style sheet. data:image/png;base64 tells the browser that the data is inline, is a png image and is in this case base64 encoded. Therefore it is not stored on any server. You can actually see this image without a connection to the internet. Here's some ...


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Mac actually does have an insert equivalent if you press Fn (function) and Enter\return together, this is the equivalent of insert on a mac and should enable overtype mode.


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All you have to do is go to file, page setup, and then go to landscape.


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See this: http://www.techadvisory.org/2014/01/splitting-your-google-doc-into-columns/ Also this: Can I make columns in a Google document?


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At the time you asked this was probably quite difficult - the comments are accessible not within an Apps Script API, but through the Drive REST API (i.e. over HTTP, involving GET requests rather than simple functions as you were hoping for). In either 2013 or 2014 (I'm not too sure) Google released libraries to connect to these APIs in Apps Script without ...


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Unfortunately you cannot have text floating around tables in Google docs. However, you can achieve something similar by using tables within tables: create a table with 2 columns and one row, and set its borders to 0 width (so that they don't show) assuming you want your free form text to float on the left, type your text paragraph in the first column ...


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No, that's not possible. Google Docs use HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to do their "magic". They need a browser to work. Any app that would work as a standalone app will simply be a wrapper around a browser canvas. If you want to ditch Microsoft Office, your best option is probably OpenOffice and/or LibreOffice.


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You can put in a text box in if you insert the image as a drawing.


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I had the same concerns a few moments ago and found your question but no answer given satisfies my needs. Nevertheless I found something that seems to work for what I believe you are really asking (saving a file from it's URL with the less possible clics, and specially avoiding to save it on your device). The following 3 procedures allow you tu upload ...



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