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As it seems Google does not have a feature to "save a route offline". After finding this out I was actually surprised to hear it as well as you might be to. Google should definitely be adding a feature like this. To try and help you out a little bit some suggestions for what you could do is: *print the map out *(after you make your route) screenshot the ...


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This question is kinda off topic. One suggestion to get this person off is to contact Google support directly as if someone has accessed your account that is a serious issue. From personal experience you get to flak to real people and it's super helpful! Google account support: support.google.com/accounts


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From Google Help page Recover your username and password: If you ever forget your sign-in information, you can go to Google's password assistance page for help. As you don't remember your username, first select the second option I don't know my username and click on continue and follow the instructions. Once you know the username you can recover your ...


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From Migrate data between Google Apps accounts - Google Apps Help Migrate data between Google Apps accounts If you create a new Google Apps account for your organization, you can migrate your Gmail and Contacts data as well as information in Google Calendar, Drive, and Sites from your old Google Apps account to your new one. You can also ...


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This has nothing to do with ImportRange; the issue can be reproduced using Query within the same sheet. The documentation explains that Query only supports boolean, numeric (including date/time types) or string values. As far as Query is concerned, an image contained in a spreadsheet is simply a null value. A workaround is to store URL strings ...


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There is no way to block the download option of a shared Google spreadsheet. Instead save it as another file format or create a Web App. References Prevent viewers from downloading a file - Docs editors Help


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Its possible with bing by using there Search API. Here's a link to one that someone has created via the API: https://open.blockspring.com/bs/bing-web-search-im-feeling-lucky That will allow you to search bing with I'm feeling lucky, but you need an API key. you can get 5,000 free requests here: https://datamarket.azure.com/dataset/bing/search


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That happens because you have an open session in Hangouts in any of its apps: Gmail Google+ Chrome Extension Chrome App iOS App Android App From Change my status and profile photo - Hangouts Help Status options that are available in Google Chat, like being busy or invisible, are not available in Hangouts.


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A Google Sites filing cabinet maintains the file-name portion of the URL. But still it does not keep the path/folder name in the URL. I do not know of any service which does that.


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You can achieve what you want using the Verbatim link on the returned results (the default is All Results) Without selecting Verbatim: After selecting Verbatim:


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From Keep your account secure - Google Accounts Help Make your Google Account more secure 1. Check for viruses and malware. Run a scan on your computer with a trusted anti-virus software. If the scan detects any suspicious programs or applications, remove them immediately. Read more. 2. Do an account Security Checkup. Go to the ...


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You can contact Google team to resolve your issue via https://support.google.com/business/contactflow Main menu > Business information & edits> My business appears on Maps twice


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See this example - With country redirect: https://www.google.nl/maps/@51.9750242,5.6771125,15z Without country redirect: https://www.google.com/maps/@51.9750242,5.6771125,15z


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One alternative is to use CONCATENATE or the ampersand operator to create the formula for you, but the result will be a text. Then copy, paste as value and edit the result to have a working formula. You could automate this with Google Apps Script. References CONCATENATE - Docs editors Help Extend Google Docs, Sheets, and Forms with Apps Script - Docs ...


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Here is a walk through video from Google on how to remove the domain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGWK6bPyz68


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I do not think that Google Forms has any feature like that. One option might be to ask respondents for their email address (or some other identifier) and only to accept the first entry (ie the one with the minimum date/time) each day.


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This feature was added to Google Slides in December 2014. See this help page for instructions on how to add numbers to slides.



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