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I would like to be able to edit Dropbox files inside Google Docs web interface. Is it possible?

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Here is what I found: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/iobcbdgacfkninlcbphihhdlkobkehia?hl=en-US

cloudHQ integration of Dropbox, Basecamp, and Google Docs greatly simplifies management of multiple Google Docs, Basecamp, and Dropbox accounts.

With cloudHQ for Dropbox browser extension you can manage (browse, copy, move, and edit) all your Dropbox files and Basecamp projects directly from a Google Docs interface. Furthermore, cloudHQ for Dropbox will continuously synchronize all your documents between Google Docs, Basecamp, and Dropbox. And, cloudHQ can also protect all your Google Docs files and Basecamp project against accidental and malicious deletion: cloudHQ can backup multiple Google Docs accounts and Basecamp project to Dropbox.

Features:

  • copy and move files and folders between Google Docs, Basecamp, and Dropbox directly from Google Docs interface
  • browse and view Dropbox files and Basecamp projects directly from Google Docs interface
  • automatic backup of multiple Google Docs accounts and Basecamp projects to Dropbox storage
  • continuous synchronization of multiple Google Docs accounts and Basecamp projects with Dropbox storage
  • edit Dropbox files and Basecamp project attachments directly from a Google Docs interface
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Same as this answer with much fewer details. –  Al E. Jun 22 '11 at 12:20
    
Um, so basically, you're saying that because you wrote an answer that had you copying stuff from the webstore to make it look more detailed, this answer is "not useful"? That has got to be totally against Code of Conduct. –  Joe the Person Jun 23 '11 at 3:43
    
Wasn't my answer; I just happened to do some edits. –  Al E. Jun 23 '11 at 12:02
    
Is that still a good reason to downvote? –  Joe the Person Jun 23 '11 at 16:48
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Reasons for downvoting include the answer "not being useful". You might also want to look at the How to Answer guide for more information on that. /cc @nhinkle –  slhck Jun 24 '11 at 15:58
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