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After posting on Google Product Forums, I found the answer. To not bring the text of the comment along with the paste, type CtrlShiftV, as opposed to CtrlV. Sadly, it isn't possible to change the text to which a comment refers. It's fixed for good.


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Or... you can search for "x bar" in Google and do a copy/paste from one of the web pages that come up. It looks a lot better than the x bar in Google Docs: x̄


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Position the cursor at the beginning of the line after your text, and choose Insert > Horizontal line from the menus.


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AFAIK it's not possible for Chrome extensions to interact with Google Docs editors, instead you could try to use Google Apps Script or Google Docs editors add-ons. It's worth to say that Google Apps Script/Google Docs editors doesn't include event listeners for keyboard combinations.


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You basically can't. Google Docs is super zealous about dropping you back into insert mode (as you observed). Best just disable Vimium on Google Docs (https?://docs.google.com/document/*).


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The Docs support a little bit of TeX syntax, but apparently not \langle and \rangle. It seems the best we can do is to use Unicode characters: U+27E8 ⟨ Mathematical left angle bracket U+27E9 ⟩ Mathematical right angle bracket There may be a way to type these, but I haven't succeeded, and just copy-pasted them from Wikipedia page for this Unicode ...


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If you select the picture you can choose text wrapping options from it's bottom contextmenu. Here is an example doc you can copy from. *In this example, I used another hidden setting for floating pictures in Google Docs. Call it free- floating. The context menu in GDocs then shows no attributes at all. The setting is only accessible when you convert from ...


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I think the most similar way to achieve this is to create a bookmark and reference it whenever need it. Insert bookmark before Table 1. Bookmark can be inserted from menu Insert > Bookmark Go to the place where you want to refer Table 1 Type "Table 1", and select it to insert a link Collapse Bookmark in the link dialog and select Table 1 This is not ...


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Google Docs conversion is usually more permissive than it's own menu's would suggest. Have Libre-Office spit out 3m (its' max) tall pages and convert. MS Word will not go beyond 22 inches. Here is the converted result template. Maybe if you tweak the internal structure of the ODT file (unzip the odt, edit the style.xml, edit pagesize, rezip) you might be ...


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Use the "Set as default" button to set default page margins in Google Docs. Open a document that has the margins you want as default. Go to File > Page setup... Click the "Set as default" button. Now when you make a new document, Google Docs will use those margins.


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If your table is on the top of the page and every page contains a table you could reduce the margin of the complete document by the height of that first line.


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You have to upload it again. If you download your file it is only stored on your computer and no longer linked to Google Docs as long as you do not upload it again.


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From Save, edit & share Microsoft Office files - Google Drive Help Save, edit & share Microsoft Office files You can use Google Drive to work with Microsoft Office files in two ways: From web browsers or with sync clients Directly from your Microsoft Office programs To use a web browser or sync clients, learn more about ...


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As an alternative you can flip it on it's head and work on your MS files from Google Drive with this Chrome extension from Google - Office Editing for Docs, Sheets & Slides From the extension description: View and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Just be aware that you may have some formatting ...


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If you install Google Drive (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/drive) on your PC it basically creates a directory you can browse to like any other folder on your computer. You can save the word document to that folder.



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