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Short answer At this time the template banner can't be turned off. To find your documents just scroll down. Long answer This feature is really new. It was announced at the beginning of the northern school year1. The first thread on the Google Docs Help Forum about this was started on September 2 (CST)2. Submit your feedback to the Google Docs team ...
Short Answer No, there isn't. Long Answer The Google Docs app available via the Chrome Web Store actually works as a shortcut or bookmark to the web app. The Google Docs offline capability, is actually a feature of the Google Drive web app. It requires Chrome to work, but not the Google Docs Chrome extension. There isn't a way to select with files or ...
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Try the following formula: =SUMIF(D1:D8, "<>0", C1:C8) Not described in the help is the use of <>. This reads as not equal The rest is explained in the help: SUMIF
I did a quick comparison between Table of Contents app and the Numbered Headings apps using Firefox. Admittedly, this info will become dated if things improve for both apps: There is no online help for use of the Table of Contents app (either never was or it got taken down) The help button points to a page that tries to up-sell you with a trial ...
Try to find the object properties in your document when you have the image selected. In most programs, it should be possible to find the size and change it. Would be good if you tell us what the document type is, and what kind of images, like jpg, png or ...? That way more people can discuss how you can see the properties and with what program you can change ...
Yes. Open the document then click the blue "Share" button at the top. It will open a dialog that lists who the document is shared with and lets you share with more people. If you click the "Advanced" link in this dialog, it will open a larger dialog that gives more details and controls on who you're sharing the document with and what permissions they each ...
Choose Menu -> Insert -> Drawing. Drag/Drop, Ctrl-V or right-click and paste in your image. Click the "Textbox" button near the top. Draw the textbox underneath your image, add some text. Set the lettering font/format with the "more" button upper left.
Google Documents doesn't have a way to include other documents dynamically. One alternative is to add the content of them each time you need to print them or export to another file format like PDF. It's worth to say that there is an add-on that could help to append several docs. It's docAppender.
Instead of using drag and drop, Do a mouse hovering over the research result. Three buttons should be displayed Click in the "Insert link" button.
If you want to send a copy of the actual file, then you need to download it (presumably to a format that some other desktop software can read, eg Excel, Word, Powerpoint etc), and then attach the locally-downloaded file. An alternative is to get a link to the file, and just paste that link into your email. If you do this, then the email recipient will need ...
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