Benefits in Using Google Documents
Google Docs is one of the many products that Google is offering to the public for absolutely free. By replacing three programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, Google Docs is a 3-in-1 replacement of these programs. These three programs enumerated are still liked and used by several people, but Google Docs have several points to consider using. If you do not have those three programs yet, Google Docs is something worthwhile for you to look at first.
In using Google Docs, you can create documents like those of Word Documents, and can get help with spell-checker, a word count, and other tools that will aid in formatting your text, line spacing and others. Images, comments, footnotes, headers, table links and table of contents can easily be inserted using Google Docs.
A must for every internet marketer or business owner is to be able to keep track of his or her business information, and you can do this by creating spreadsheets through Google Docs. One thing nice about Google spreadsheets is that you can create several sheets within one main sheet. Through this method, your information will be neatly stored in one file, plus it would be very easy to keep all of this information.
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Presentations that you can create with PowerPoint is possible through Google Docs too. All kinds of templates and forms that will create resumes, schedules, invoices, and calendars to monitor your events will be accessed easily through Google Docs.
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You will collaborate easily with your employees or co-workers because Google would allow this. You can control on who can access to the files and who can edit these files. If changes were made on the files, you can see it and know when changes were made, and you can make a decision whether you agree or not with the changes.
Storing of files in your Google account is easy when you are done, and you can download it as regular file, text, Word, Excel, HTML, CSS, Open Office or as PDF file.
Note that your files are stored in your Google account, not in your computer, thus access to your files wherever you are where there is internet connection is possible and completely secure.
More and more companies today are moving their files storage and editing software to cloud-based business applications like Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365. Both of these cloud-based business applications can provide off-premise file storage in the cloud, thereby giving businesses access anytime, anywhere to their files where there is internet connection.