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No, I'm afraid except for adding words manually, there is no way to customize the dictionary used by Google Docs.
Some of these solutions do not work anymore as of November 2014. Here's my solution, it will add the current date and time to any cell in your spreadsheet. Choose Tools->Script editor and paste the following, then reload your document for the change to take effect. It will add a menu in the menu bar that allows you to add the current date and time. Note: The ...
On Mac, just hold fn + option + -
Its a hack but to go less than font 6 you can make them superscript (Alt + .) or subscript (Alt + ,)
The short is yes, you can retrieve documents using API calls, manipulate and retrieve the data, and create additional documents and directories in your Google Drive. I believe it is even possible to grab previous 'revisions' of a document, if they are saved. As you may have noticed, there is a setting on each document that, by default, is set to keeping the ...
The formula in B2: =if(A2="a",A3,A4) will return the content of A3 (in the example, ValueA3) if A2 contains a (and nothing else) and otherwise will return the content of A4:
Possibly it should work in this way in new sheets! Goto Share then, get Share able Link. Using the link, you can customize and get that a non-editable/comment able. Then the shared user can create a copy of it/new sheet with the copy. I understand this may not be the real use case we're using previously. However, it helps me at times.
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