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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 able ...


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Use shift + right click Then you can download the pictures. Note: You have to double click on the image to select it first.


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Updated: Open Chrome Developer Tools Select the Sources tab Expand the contents for (no domain) Locate the entries in the list which begin with filesystem:https://docs.google.com.... Clicking on one will display a preview of its contents. This is the form of the url that's used to reference the images in your document. When you find the one you want, right-...


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This now works in a Google Doc: Hold option and press return key with cursor beside link; position cursor before, within or after link using arrow keys + option key to skip words.


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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.


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The following should work for this case: =SUM(B1:B10) - SUM(A1:A10)


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I've been searching for an easy way to do this too. Triple-click doesn't work. The best method I've come up with is to paste any image from the Google web clipboard into a GMail message and send it to yourself. After that you can drag and drop the image from within the mail message to where ever you please.


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Google Spreadsheets: https://stackoverflow.com/a/20716922/462347 Microsoft Excel: Download data in CSV format from Yahoo Finances and import it to Excel as a query. How to import the data from Yahoo Finances to Excel? Go to Data → From Web. Specify the data URL in the field URL, e.g. for the USD to EUR rate: http://download.finance.yahoo.com/d/quotes....


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There is a Libreoffice extension named OpenOffice.org2GoogleDocs that is aimed at this purpose. It works by downloading the files from Google Drive to the computer hard disk in a user-chosen directory; it can download files from Google Drive and upload to that cloud service documents on the user's system. The whole process is made by downloading files, ...


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The download wizard in the Google Drive interface has been replaced now by a function that downloads an archive with all files in MS Office formats. That fits for your case, but for those wanting to choose the format: You can use Takeout: The wizard-like interface where you can choose the export format is still available in Google Takeout: When configuring ...


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You can solve this problem by making sure that Ctrl+Alt+M (or AltGr+M) doesn't yield µ. You can disable µ but keep the rest of your keyboard layout intact. To do this you can use Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator. Load your current keyboard layout from the 'File' menu ('Load Existing Keyboard...') and shift state to 'Alt+Ctrl (AltGr)'. Then you can remove µ ...


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And you really only want to use the plugin to view the PDF? Because you can open the PDF in "Adobe Reader" directly from the file list by clicking some white space next to the file in the list (or selecting the checkbox) and pressing More and then Download. After that you can choose Open with: Adobe reader. You could even choose to open it as default (...


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Use the download feature. Select the files you want to download. Choose the More and select Download... A window will popup asking what format you want to download the files in. Make your choice, then click the blue download button. Note: this was found in Google Drive Help.


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If you are using an AdBlock extension try disabling it for docs.google.com. This worked for me!


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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.


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This is the URL (at the time of writing): https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/create?usp=docs_home You can find it by monitoring the network traffic on docs.google.com when clicking the "New" button. Edit: Having this URL you can obviously create a desktop shortcut or (as another respondent states), assuming you are running windows, a custom bat file ...


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As of Chrome Version 52.0.2743.116 m, none of the answers stated work. (I don't know if the plugin works, but I don't want to install more plugins to find out). What I was able to do was to use the development tools (most if not all modern browsers have this now). Use the select element on page, and select the image you want to copy/download. Do not have ...


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I realize this question was answered sometime ago but this thread came up in my Google search and I feel as though I have a much better answer to provide. The best solution for opening PDF documents inside Google Drive with something aside from Google Document Viewer is to register another Google app. Here is a quick search of the available PDF Viewer apps:...


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The above answer is for Macs. To open a hyperlink in a Google Doc on a PC keyboard: Place your cursor either at.. the beginning of the hyperlink somewhere inside the hyperlink text at the end of the hyperlink Press the ALT + ENTER keys


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The "file" version of a Google document, slideshow, spreadsheet or drawing is really just a fancy link to the online verison. You won't be able to carry around the latest sync of (desktop) Google Drive and open those as though they were actual files with real contents (except in the few cases were you exported a PDF, html, or rtf version of the file, and ...


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In Microsoft Word, you can do this by enclosing the text you want to be conditional inside an "IF" field, and using a document property such as "Category" to control it. If you want a "With German" resume and a "No German" resume, then you might have the following in your document: {IF {DOCPROPERTY Category} = "With German" "Fluent in written and spoken ...


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In Excel you can do like this, the manual way: Open details.csv. Open master.csv, copy all content and paste it below the last line in details.csv. Close master.csv. Select Remove Duplicates, mark only Column A and press OK. Now the duplicate rows should be removed from the lower part of the document (originating from master.csv). Remove the rows in the ...


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Try Cmd + Option + Shift + V its working for me


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In Chrome you need to go to the Extensions panel and disable "Docs PDF/Powerpoint Viewer (by Google)."See instructions below. In Mac OS X: Open Chrome Select "Window" in the Menu bar, and then select "Extensions" Disable or uninstall the "Docs PDF/Powerpoint Viewer (by Google)" extension. Restart Chrome In Windows XP/Vista/7: Open Chrome In the address ...


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It is a plug-in and needs to be disabled (but stupid Google doesn't include an easy button to click to get to plug-ins). From Google: To disable the built-in viewer, enter chrome:plugins in the address bar and click Disable underneath the entry for “Chrome PDF Viewer.” The Adobe Reader plug-in will automatically be enabled, if you have it installed. ...


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You can install Google's Google Drive app This is also available on homebrew: brew cask install google-drive


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You can use Google Takeout to mass-export your Google Docs document into a format of your choice: While configuring the archive to create, select only the "Drive" product. Click the "down arrow" icon in the line belonging to the Drive product to configure the formats to export in, and the folders to include. Issues with this approach: The export will only ...


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I tried using the svg export and then importing into Visio, but Google Draw does not seem to create a svg file which is usable in Visio. It's a single object which can't be ungrouped.


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