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Google Apps does not natively support reporting on who has access to what in Google Drive. The report you are looking for is possible through a Google Apps script. As you probably know, from the Reports section of your Google Apps admin panel, you will be able to tell how many files are externally visible. If you are on the Google Apps Unlimited or Google ...


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Having the same issue while not having changed anything to the document I'm trying to convert since the 14th of this month. It does indeed seem limited to png files. I'm going to assume this is just a temporary thing, and will be fixed in a timely fashion. For the time being you could export a .docx version and convert that to a pdf locally.


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This is a known bug (https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/docs/0FQWIziLhAQ) To workaround the problem you can try to print the document, and choose to save it as PDF. This will make your images look right in your PDF.


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Short answer While it's possible to use files stored in Google Drive as website resources at this time it's not officially supported and should not be used for websites that have a lifespan beyond August 31, 2016. Explanation The instructions to publish Google Drive files as website content are in Publish Website Content - Google Drive REST API but ...


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That is the link to the Google Drive image viewer, rather than a link to the image itself. If you check the URL for the image when you visit that link, you get an URL like: blob:https%3A//drive.google.com/32efcf38-d7e6-4656-9046-eede4c4880f9 That's not useful. You need to do a little URL manipulation of your original URL to be able to hotlink it. You need ...


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I realise that this question is almost 5 years old, but since the problem still persists in Google Docs, I'll share the solution that works for me. Your best bet is to use the “print” feature within the Chrome browser. Rather than exporting to a .pdf within Google Docs, click on the menu button in Chrome and select print. Change the destination to “save as ...


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An alternative to double clicking / pressing F2 on a cell is to paste the text into the formula window (next to "fx" above the sheet). Note that neither this nor other methods described will preserve formatting (font color, font face, etc), which may or may not be a plus.


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I don't believe you can from the Admin Console. When you delete a user you have the option to transfer files to a different user, but that is obviously not what you want. The Migrate data between Google Apps accounts support page from Google Says: Drive files: "Drive lets you manually download a file to your computer that you can then move to Drive in ...


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From what I gather, this new issue is related only to exporting docs to PDFs which have embedded PNG images with transparent backgrounds. The documents I wanted to export all had a white background, so I solved the problem by replacing the transparent background PNG files with ones that have a white background.


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Not exactly by folder, but great to find where are the big files, thanks to this pretty hat tip: Sort your Google Drive Files by Size to Find the Biggest Files. On GDrive left panel, hover Upgrade storage: Now click that i at the right of Drive, and there we have it:


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I found an easy way for removing from My Drive, in a way that shows what is happening: Select the file or folder See its details by clicking on the "See Details" button: in "Location", all places where the item is are shown. click on the "X" at the right of "My Drive" This way I was able to see where I was removing the folder from, without frightening ...


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Yes, you can select all these files and get shareable links to them at once. Select files Right-click any of them and pick "Share.." out of the context menu. Click "Get shareable links" in upper right corner of the Share dialog window. This does several things at once: makes files accessible to anyone with a link, and copies the links to your clipboard. ...


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Short answer Yes, there is an easier solution but you will need help of the Google Apps Administrator Explanation If the user left the organization, ask for help to the Google Apps administrator to do the following: Transfer ownership of Google Drive documents In order to prevent that an important asset become lost, transfer the ownership of the files ...


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Short answer While it's possible to use files stored in Google Drive as website resources at this time it's not officially supported and should not be used for websites and spreadsheets that have a lifespan beyond August 31, 2016. As was mentioned by AE I in his answer to a related question, the use of ...


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I watched what happens when Google Docs creates a new document in a folder. The browser briefly goes to a create url. To make the url, you need to know your folder's id. If you navigate to the folder in a browser, it's id is at the end of the url: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/[string_of_characters_is_the_folder_id] Copy the id, open a new ...


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If you haven't found a solution, I would suggest looking to a service like Dropbox for hosting the wiki. Google posted that they are deprecating web hosting support in Google Drive come August. A good alternate would be Dropbox. I briefly skimmed Dropbox's help section. I would say you should be able to share your blog with just your buddies, giving them ...


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Uploading a new file with the same name isn't considered the same file. This means the share link will change. If you want to void this, use the 'Manage revisions' feature as explained in this post: Google Drive permalink that doesn't change with new file versions


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To edit HTML files by several users at the same time in Google Drive you need to connect an non-Google app that has that feature. To add non-Google app, Go to http://drive.google.com Click on Settings (button with a gear icon) > Manage Apps Click on Connect more apps. Search and choose for an app Click on Connect. Note: The Learn more link shown in ...


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As it was already pointed out in other answers, you have to select at least two cells containing successive dates. However, this didn't work for me at first because my Google Sheet had the wrong locale and the cells had the wrong formatting. Set the locale for your Google Sheet: File menu → Spreadsheet settings... → Set the correct locale Configure ...


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If you download the current version of your document, right-click on the download in the Downloads window of your browser (Firefox) and copy the URL. Then simply append &revision=NNN and paste this new URL into your browser address bar and hit enter. It will download that specific revision. So the only exercise left is finding out which revision ID you ...



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