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No, that isn't currently possible. However, if the spreadsheet is used for viewing data (and not entering or modifying) you could make a new spreadsheet for each user, and use importRange from the "master" spreadsheet in each copy's "A1" cell. Each copy can then freeze/hide/filter as they please and their data will update almost in real-time as the master ...


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One way is to view the "File Details" by selecting (single click) the file. The "Location" is shown in the file details in the right column. This is the same whether you are in thumbnail or list view. In the screenshot below, the selected file is in the folder "TEST". It would probably be more useful if this information was immediately available in list ...


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When the feature was announced (http://googledrive.blogspot.com/2015/03/photosindrive.html) it indicated that new photos being uploaded would appear immediately, but that older photos would take longer: You’ll start seeing your photos in Drive today—immediately if they’re new, and a few weeks for your entire library—so give it a try, and let us know what ...


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If you want a shortcut, enter in the address field: https://drive.google.com/drive/#search?q=big apple After the equal sign enter your keywords. (In this example, "big apple"). On those search results, hit right click on a file, and select Locate in my Drive


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A script triggered by onOpen cannot access files other than the one it is bound to. This is explained in the documentation on simple triggers: Because simple triggers fire automatically, without asking the user for authorization, they are subject to several restrictions: [...] They can modify the file they are bound to, but cannot access other files ...


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To do this you will have to change the URL you give to your users. For example, the link Google gives you is something like: https://drive.google.com/open?id=ABC123&authuser=0 You need to change the URL into the form: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=ABC123&authuser=0&export=download Basically what I did is: Replaced open with uc. Added at ...


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I have found that changing the setting to "Convert uploaded files to Google Docs editor format" allows the files to be converted correctly. This does not explain why conversion of uploaded files fails but it solves my problem for now.


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At this time, changes made to images inserted to files of the Google Docs Suite (Docs, Drawings, Sheets, Slides, ...) could be reset but those changes could not be made permanent for the inserted image. It's worth to say that Drawings could be web published as images that later could be inserted to other files. References Crop and adjust images in a ...


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I was just able to do this, successfully it seems. Right click the folder to change share options. First, I changed the ownership of the file to someone else on the share, someone who previously was an editor. I saved that change, and that made me into an editor. Next I edited the share options again and removed myself completely. I did not have to ...


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It looks like this issue is due to a bug in the new Google Sheets, but you can use this simple script as a workaround. In your sheet, go to Tools > Script Editor. Erase the existing code in Code.gs and add this instead: function setCellAlign(range, alignment) { var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet(); var sheet = ss.getSheets()[0]; var ...


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This is now offered as an option in Google Docs: (sorry about all of the blanked out personal info - ugly).


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You can upload your SVG file to http://openclipart.org and then there is an automatic conversion to WMF / EMF on the clipart page.



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