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In Google Spreadsheets, getting current exchange rates is very easy with the built-in Google Finance querying function. E.g, to get the current rate for USD/EUR: =GoogleFinance("CURRENCY:USDEUR") This will work for all exchange rates Google Finance is tracking. See http://googledocstips.com/2011/03/09/how-to-calculate-foreign-exchange/
Here are some options for you: GOOGLE SPREADSHEETS There's a Google Spreadsheet script that returns the exchange rate between EURO and a currency that you specify. Data is supposedly from the European Central Bank. Setup: Open a Google Docs Spreadsheet. Click Insert > Script > Search for ECBExchangeRate Install it. Usage: ...
I continue to have have the same problem, my work-around: using Chrome: 1. open the development tools 2. click on Resources 3. click on Frames - edit - images among many icons this list contains the image embedded in the google doc, go through the list with arrow down, the image will appear on the right, this image can be copied with ...
Go to File → Page setup... and change to Landscape there. The current view does not appear to change but next time you go to print preview, you should see that it is formatted landscape.
Update – March 25, 2012: The old workflow stopped working due to changes in the Google APIs. This one should fix it. Follow step 1 below, then download the new version of the workflow. You can create a so called Printing Workflow. It will be available in the options you have when printing a PDF. We need some steps for this, so bear with me: 1. ...
This was covered on Lifehacker: Back up your Google Apps data If you've jumped on the online word processing and spreadsheets bandwagon, you've probably already got a lot of docs on Google's servers (I know I do). By default, backing up those files means you'd need to download them one at a time, which is quite frankly a tedious waste of ...
I know you said you didn't want to use a browswer, but if you use Chrome, it should be possible to save a site (like GMail for example) as an application on your desktop, which will then allow you to run that application without all the fuss of a browser. Click the Tools icon (or Page Menu) Select "Create Application Shortcut" Profit!
If you just want to view the files you can do the following: Save the file with a .txt extension, i.e. filename.bat becomes filename.bat.txt Add it to google drive Remove the .txt extension, filename.bat.txt goes back to filename.bat Google determines the context type based on the extension and retains that through future file renamings, so you'll be ...
To disable Chrome from automatically using the Google Reader, go to "chrome://plugins/". Then locate and disable the plugin called "Chrome PDF Viewer". When this was installed, it should have automatically disabled your previous reader, (mine happend to be Adobe Acrobat, but this should work anyway). Then find your Foxit Reader Plugin entry, and re-enable ...
If you are using Chrome as your browser, click on the Toolbar (wrench) in the upper-right corner, click "Tools," click "Extensions," and you should see the "Docs PDF/PowerPoint Viewer (by Google)" extension. If you do not find the "Extensions" in the menu, type chrome://chrome/extensions/ to the address bar. To disable the viewer, simply click on the ...
Let's see which file formats are shared between the two if we are moving data from Google Docs to Visio! Google Docs' supported export file formats for Drawings: PDF Document (.pdf) Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg) PNG image (.png) JPEG image (.jpg) Visio's supported import file formats: AutoCAD Drawing File Format (.dwg, .dxf) Compressed ...
If you have many files, use File -> Download as -> Web Page (.html zipped) Then you can unzip on the desktop, and use the files. Otherwise, press CTRL + A (selects the entire document/page) Open Microsoft Word (if on Windows/Mac) Press CTRL + V (or right-click - insert) to paste the clipboard to Word Right-click the image in Word and choose "Save as ...
I found GDocBackup and it is working quite well for my purposes right now. Thanks to everyone who suggested other options.
You can turn on analytics support and try to associate a viewer to an IP address
Cyberduck recently added support for Google Docs http://cyberduck.ch/
Enter GMDesk. GMDesk is an Adobe Air application that lets you run Google without troubling your browser. This comes in handy because it lets me close my browser without losing contact with Google Mail or Calendar or Docs. Even better, it lets me keep my Gmail or Google Reader account front-and-center no matter what I’m currently browsing. If you don’t ...
If you activate the Foxit Reader Firefox plugin (which can be done when installing Foxit Reader or through Firefox' Tools menu->Add-ons->Plugins->Foxit Reader Plugin for Mozilla), you can then click the attachment link Download (instead of View) and you will get the option to see it in Firefox through that plugin. You cannot use Foxit reader without ...
No, this feature does not exist in GoogleDocs Google Support Forum
Try OpenOffice, it's free and able to parse CSV-files in both Writer and Calc.
Use shift + right click Then you can download the pictures.
Triple-click the image (or Select All) to select it and then you can right-click it and "Copy Image". Then you can paste it wherever you'd like. EDIT The key is getting the browser's native right-click context menu instead of the Google Docs context menu.
The expression: =GoogleFinance("CURRENCY:USDEUR") works pretty fine in old Google Spreadsheets, but in New Google Spreadsheets this formula returns an error: Error: When evaluating GOOGLEFINANCE, the query for the symbol: 'CURRENCY:USDEUR' returned no data. The worked solution: http://stackoverflow.com/a/20716922/462347
Basically, yes, they're the same. To all intents and purposes, the 'cloud' is the internet. Google Drive, Ubuntu cloud services, MS Skydrive and the multitude of other 'cloud service providers' essentially give you the ability to store information in a way that it can be retrieved by you, anywhere there is connectivity to the 'cloud'. This type of cloud ...
To answer simply, yes, they are the same concept. Ubuntu One and Google Drive are competitors that seek to provide the same service of keeping your data for you so you can access it anywhere. There are lots of practical differences between them, and reasons why one would be more convenient than the other, but just like Facebook and Google+, they're the same ...
Can be an extension which is causing the slowness. Try open a new private window (private windows - or "incognito mode" - doesn't load extensions by default), access your document and test. I had the same problem and to me was the "recent tabs" extension.
No, an Internet connection is required to download Google docs/drive, unless you have your docs downloaded on it. However, you could download your doc on a flash drive and edit it there.
There's an active discussion on the Google support forums right now with one suggestion that has worked for some, but not from all. Quote: I just found solution. I created new folder and kept default name "New Folder" then I selected the folder "Google Chrome" and clicked move to and moved it to "New Folder" then I selected "New Folder" and clicked ...
Google has implemented that feature. Try Google Drive.
CyberDuck (on OS X and 'dows) supports Google Docs as a target, but I don't know if it has any automation features.
Here is Google's Official Shortcut Page for Google Doc. There you find that the current shortcut to insert comments is Ctrl + Alt + M and the old shortcut was Ctrl + M. I would have to assume that the old shortcut isn't supported. Which leads to this... Check this out: (Source - Google Support) "Originally, US PC keyboards (specifically, the US 101-key ...
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