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As was stated in a comment, "That's not possible. The only way to do that, is to use Google Apps Script"


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It does not appear to be possible to update the default style for links in your Google doc. This is because Google docs does not treat links as styles. This is understandable, as a link might be applied within text formatted with any other style (e.g., Heading 1, normal text, etc.) If you try highlighting a link and checking the context menu, note that the ...


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Try Shift+Ctrl+: and Ctrl+; Those are the keyboard shortcuts for "insert time" and "insert date" respectively. (based on pnuts' comment)


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I couldn't find a way to make a calculated date field, or link to a single Sheets field, so this is my closest solution for you. Huge reference props to Ryan Heitner's answer here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13585272/insert-date-time-in-google-document I've modified it to create a menu in your Google doc with one item to insert a string containing ...


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As far as I know it's not possible to remove the line before and after the nested table. The good "news" are that now is possible to merge cells. References Add and edit tables - Docs editors Help Merge cells and wrap text - Docs editors Help


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As far as I know, no, there isn't. Google Docs only has one event: Open. References Extend Google Docs, Sheets, and Forms with Apps Script- Google editors Help Event Objects > Google Docs Events - Google Developers


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At this time Google Docs (documents) doesn't include a feature to do calculations. An alternative is to use an add-on or a Google Apps Script to extend the built-in features of Google Docs. References Extend Google Docs, Sheets, and Forms with Apps Script - Docs editors Help


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At this time, there are only two views Print Layout on/off. Clic menu View > Print layout For viewing a document as a web page the only way is to publish the document, but the published version is read only. References Publish a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing - Google Editors Help


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At this time is not possible. References How to share - Google Drive Help


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Both Edit and Comment permissions allow users to suggest changes. References Suggest edits in a document - Google Editors Help


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As far as I know, at this time it's not possible. References Chat and real-time collaboration


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To remove this automatic indent in all documents, you have to reset the "styles" to default. First click on the Normal Text button, then Options, then reset styles and finally Save as my default styles.


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If the file was edited by you, it should be displayed in Shared with me and in the recent list. If it isn't there, maybe it was deleted by the owner. Try to find the file using the link that you used to open it. look for the link in the browser history ... References Find your files - Docs Editors Help


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Working on a Google doc, there is a header titled "Add-ons" - click on that. Then select "Get Add-ons". I did a search on small cap and 'Capitals' came up. Download the program. Highlight the text or group of text you'd like to appear in small caps, go to the "Add-ons" header, select 'Capitals' and "Add small caps". Hope this works for you too!


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I'm not sure if there is a supported way to handle this or not, but I was able to get this to work with a little hackery... From the Google Doc that you want to make the copy link for: Click File dropdown Click Make a copy... option Click OK button When the new window pops up, quickly copy the initial URL before it redirects to the copied document. This ...



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