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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 ...


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At this time, variables is not a built-in feature of Google Docs.


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You could write a Google Apps Script to do that for you: https://developers.google.com/apps-script/overview


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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


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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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