I was browsing the Google Docs’ blog and during the month of April Google Docs made some advancements that I believe is worth mentioning.
If you do not know what Google Docs is, then you are missing out on a real cloud computing experience that is FREE, that requires no software to install and will run directly from your web browser. If you are someone that only needs the occasional word processor to type a letter or a spreadsheet to track data, then Google Docs is really all that you need.
During the month of April, Google Docs made the following advancements toward becoming a full fledged office suite:
Added a number of printing options, including spreadsheet titles, sheet names and page numbers. You have control over which of these you want to print.
Added a classic word processing feature—pagination, the ability to see visual pages on your screen.
Added folder upload via the new Upload menu in the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
You can now upload images to Google spreadsheets. From theInsert menu, select Image… Then, choose an image file to upload into your spreadsheet.