Google your docs

A great service I have just started using is Google Docs (which includes spreadsheet functions).

I mainly started using the document part of Google Docs, because of the easy way I could get other people to look over my work, tell me of any mistakes, or if they had permission, fix it. Along with giving people invitations to your documents, you can also publish them at a Google address and then let everyone look at your work.

Since other people can edit your article, a nice option includes revisions, similar to those used in a wiki’s history. You can see who made a change, and what changes they made to your document.

If you haven’t been using it, but feel like doing so now, you can upload your .txt, .doc, .rtf, .odt, and .sxw.

I haven’t used the spreadsheet functions much, but it looks alright, and can do a simple addition formula.


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