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At this time Google Docs embed images could doesn't have a URL that users could get from the edit view. You could publish the document as a web page (see Publish a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing) and get the image URL from the source of the resulting web page. There are more alternatives like add the image to a Google Drawing. You will be ...
At this time, variables is not a built-in feature of Google Docs.
You could write a Google Apps Script to do that for you: https://developers.google.com/apps-script/overview
Protect the sheets of your spreadsheet, and add people that you want to see the change history as collaborators. See Protect a range or sheet from being edited for details.
At this time it's not possible because Google Docs doesn't have built-in features to embed external content. There are features to insert external content like the Insert menu, the Research tool, and add-ons but they are not able to "link" content. The insert an image, insert a drawing, insert a copy of the selected content; the research tool could insert ...
Google has already provided a solution to that: Let's suppose you looking for a pdf document called myreport.pdf. You search for myreport, you get a list of documents that satisfy the criteria. If you want to know the folder it is in, just Right Click and Click on Locate in My Drive.
It is now possible to merge cells in Google Documents, just like how you would do it in Microsoft Word. From the support page: You can combine or split the cells of a table in a document or a presentation. Merge cells Open a document or presentation. Highlight the cells of a table that you want to combine. Open the Table menu. Select ...
Due to recent changes, the measuring system in Google Docs is now affected by your Google Account default language, not any more by the document language as indicated in @Dominik's answer. So: Go to myaccount.google.com/language. You can also reach it via the gear icon on the Google Drive or Google Docs main pages. Set the language to "English – United ...
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
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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