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google_docs.png     Google Docs is a web-based suite of productivity software, including a word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation editor that allows you to create, store, share, and collaborate on documents with others. If you know how to use other word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation programs, you can easily use Google Docs. Instead of emailing files back and forth between collaborators, Google Docs allows people to work on a single version of a document together online.

Collaboration, without the fuss: Teachers can open and edit their documents quickly. No more distractions like USB keys, outdated file attachments, or confusing client software.

Anytime, anywhere access: Google Docs lets users be productive at school, at home, and even on their mobile phones. Because Google Docs runs in a web browser, students can work from almost any family computer without having to purchase new software.

Easily upload and share files: Google Docs works on PC, Mac, and Linux computers, and supports popular formats such as .doc, .xls, .ppt, and .pdf. Files stored on Google Docs are always accessible and backed-up online.

Smarter commenting, better feedback: Google Docs' intuitive commenting feature is ideal for instructor and collaborator feedback. Revision history allows users to review (and revert) document edits over time.

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