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Free Online Office Suite - Google Docs

Google Docs is an online office suite consisting of a word processor, a presentation creator, a spreadsheet, and a form generator. The great thing about Google Docs is that you don't need to download anything, all you need is an Internet connection and a Gmail account. And the documents that you create are available where-ever you can get an Internet connection because your files can be stored online. You can also share your documents with anyone else who has an Internet connection and a Gmail account.

Google Docs word processor

You can use Google Docs simple WYSIWYG editor to create documents, spell-check them, and save them online in OpenOffice, RTF, HTML or text format. You can download your documents to your desktop in the above formats or as PDF files, or zip files. You can also upload documents in Word, OpenOffice, RTF, HTML or text format.

Google Docs does not have all the advanced features of a full blown Word Processor like Microsoft Office, and it doesn't need to because most people only use a tiny percentage of the features available in Word Processor. You get a dozen different fonts including Serif, Sans Serif, Comic Sans MS, Courier New, and the popular Verdana. You can set font size from 8pt to 36pt. You can the font style to Bold, Itallic, or Underline. You can set the text color. You can create bulleted or numbered lists, and you can add links. What more could you need?

With Google Docs spreadsheets you can import and export of .xls, .csv, .txt and .ods formatted data. Again Google Docs spreadsheets doesn't have all the advanced features of a full blown spreadsheet application like Microsoft Excel, for example it doesn't have the formula display bar at the top of the spreadsheet like Excel. Google Docs spreadsheet allows you to use formulas, there's just no way to see them, you only see the result of the formula.

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