I just found a two-step workaround for this. This will only work for Mac users, but maybe a similar approach can work on Windows?
I exported the .enex file from Evernote, and then imported that into Bear, an Evernote competitor that only runs on macOS/iOS. Great product, but we decided to consolidate everything into Google Drive.
From Bear, I was able to ...
I have created an add on in G Suite market place/ Chrome store. ‘Doc Table’. Details are here:
Once you install the add on from Google Doc you should be able to insert a page/line break in a table inside Google Doc.
So you may construct your table first and then split them using page break feature of add on.
Once tables ...
When you are selecting the images that you want to upload, hold down the Ctrl key from start to finish and it will let you select more than one image.
As long as you are holding the Ctrl key the whole time, it will let you continue to select images.
I followed this tutorial: YouTube Link
To summarize it's content: it used Start function from Power Tools Add-On. As you will see in the video and in your sheet, if you edit the cell having a URL and write one space more after the link and then finalize your cell editing, the link appears as clickable. So the function used makes this 'modification' in a ...
The "Smart References" Add-On for Google Docs can be used to create cross references to numbered list bullets, including references that are placed inside list items. The plugin requires a manual "sync" step, similar to how a ToC works - but it's designed to be easier to use than a scripting or spreadsheet based solution.
I wrote and published this add-on ...
I've observed similar blurriness in embedded drawings created entirely within the Google Doc, but sharper results when inserting a separate Google Drawing.
Create a Google Drawing in drive and then Insert -> Drawing -> From Drive.
This can indeed be done by simply mentioning a users name, either by typing it or by typing a + or @ followed by their name or e-mail address. However this will not work for an existing comment, either when editing or when replying. It only works when creating a new comment.
One used to be able to assign a task just by typing someone's name.
That way has changed.
You will now be given the option to assign a Task (Action Item) as soon as and only if you type either the @ or + characters.
Following that you can choose who to assign the task to.
You can use the same technique in Google ...
Right now you can fully hide the line with font size 1 and custom line spacing .06, I visually verified that saving as PDF shows no whitespace at the top.
Also, in regards to not being able to insert text before the table, it is possible to get back to the invisible line using the left arrow key while inside the table.