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January 8, 2010

Google Docs Makes Some Big Changes

With so much on the net its hard to know everything that is out there. I just recently got in touch with Google docs and I have to say its got some big benefits to it. To gain access to Google docs just login to your Gmail account and click on Documents at the top of the page.

Google Docs allows you to create many different file types and share them as well.  When you create a new document it is given its own unique URL in which at first only you have access to it. You are able to share the file with others via the share function. You will need to enter their email address in order for them to gain access to the document. This is great for things such as team school projects where students need to work together. No more worries about the file being the wrong version.

The system allows you to upload current documents you are already working on and transfers them into a writable and shareable document you can work on and others. With these recent changes many feel this is the big step by Google to introduce their GDrive which is though to be a integrated, cloud-based storage system. It is thought that the GDrive will be a software system that runs on your computer that acts as a normally hard drive on your computer but stores your files on a Google hard drive. With this and the impending Chrome OS(Operating System), this will be one of the key features to the new system.

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  • Carlo says:

    I prefer Google docs for its simplicity. I was recommended Microsoft Groove, but I’m not too familiar with the program and I don’t want to take the time to learn. I’ve used Google Docs with a few of my clients and it works out very well.