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From the File menu choose Publish to web..., then click the Start publishing button. Click OK to confirm and you will get an img tag to use.


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I will assume you're not using Chrome, which is why my answer is relevant. Check out this article on copy/pasting in Google Drive documents: When working in Chrome, you can use the right-click menu to copy and paste content (or select "Copy" or "Paste" from the Edit menu in the toolbar). When using the right-click-context menu in Drive, the stuff you ...


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There is no way to do this automatically. The best way to do this would be to zoom to a level that allows you to quickly resize the canvas appropriately. Go to View > Select zoom size (in or out or %) > use the drag-able corner in the bottom right of the canvas to resize the canvas.


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Well, convert that .svg into a .wmf file. I used InkScape and UniConverter. More info: Google Docs Official Blog Post: Import WMF files into Google drawings


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As far as I can tell it's not possible. Any text in a drawing object is inaccessible from a script, and this is the only way to perform a mail merge. I can't find any other way to rotate text in a Google doc. There is a question on Stack overflow relating to this, and an open issue with Google. The response from the Google devs seems to be that it ...


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Yes, it's possible, select the mask (not the image), grab the little dot on a stalk and drag it round half a circle:


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I found it. It's in the Insert menu: Google should update their help page.


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Size of Document With the following stand-a-lone script you can retrieve the size of a non Google Document type (the rest is zero by size): function doGet() { // create app and grid var app = UiApp.createApplication(); var grid = app.createGrid(4,2); // set labels for first column grid.setWidget(0, 0, app.createLabel("Add document key: ") ...


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I don't see any direct way to do this but here's a suggestion for a hack that might work. Create an image that matches the output resolution you need; even simple image editors like ms paint will allow you to do this. Import this image to your drawing and align it with the top left corner of the drawing. Then click on the background and drag on the handle ...


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Right click on the drawing and select Background. On the menu that pops-up select the Custom option. On the dialog box that pops open choose the color and the transparency using the sliders on the right.


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In the "Add-ons" menu within Google Docs there is now an option to open a Lucidchart account. This gives you the ability to embed editable flow charts into your Google document. Lucidchart has a free mode which seems sufficient for most flowcharting purposes.


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There is no automatic way to create a right-angled line. The best way to do this would be to: Create 2 intersecting lines. I think you mention this in your 1st bullet. One way to make sure that the lines are perpendicular to each other is to hold the Shift key down while dragging out the line. This will automatically "snap" it to a preset angle (0, 45, 90 ...


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I use HappyLad Image Mapper. See http://www.indiepages.com/diyhtml/download/ It's not an online thing, but it does generate the mapping which you can insert into a page. And it's free.


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This is currently not available and unless Google will decide to implement, there is nothing we can do about it at the moment.



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