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Where is the official documentation for the URL parameters/arguments?

There are things like /preview, /copy, /export, #headings, ?something question mark, that I stumbled on tips and tricks articles on the web.

Where is the Official URL API that explains ALL of them?

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There is no official Google documentation for this. Let's have unofficial one:

/copy
/export
/edit
/preview
/create
/pub?
/fm?id=
/tq?tqx=out:html
&key=[ID]
&gid=[#]
&single=[true|false]
&range=[CellAddress|CellAddress1:CellAddress2]
&embedded=[true|false]
&widget=[true|false]
&output=[html|txt|csv|pdf]
&gridlines=[false]
&rm=[minimal|embedded|full|demo|?]
&ui=2 (interface version)
&chrome=[false] (full screen mode)
&width=[width]
&height=[height]
&frameborder=[size of border]
&q=[Search Query]
&viewer?
&start=
&channel=
&ibd=
&client=
&fmcmd=12
&size=0
&fzr=[true]
&portrait=[false]
&fitw=[true]
&printtitle=[true]
&sheetnames=[true]
&pagenum=[CENTER]
&attachment=[true]
&alt=[rss]
&tq=[query params here]
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    &copyDestination=[Drive FolderID] – katriel May 20 '20 at 12:19
  • Can you help me with Google slides too? – Code Guy Nov 21 '20 at 1:18
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    There is also userstoinvite which takes a string of emails separated by commas – Brennan Moore Dec 19 '20 at 20:37
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For Google Slides, I also use:

/embed
&loop=true
&delayms=[#]
&start=[true|false]

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