Want an easier way to edit documents even while you’re on-the-go?
Listen up—Google’s very own word processor software for its office suite has recently been enhanced with additional features. Initially criticized for its lack of operative components similar to Microsoft Word, Google Docs has already come a long way. With its previous functions ranging from inserting mathematical equations, keyboard shortcuts, research tool, spelling, and grammar checker, translate to sharing and commenting for expansive collaboration, the app continues to prove itself as a must-have tool for businesses and schools among a variety of other fields.
Document editing is simplified for both Android and iOs users.
Simple image editing, specifically image placement has been added. This allows Android users to move, rotate or resize images without much hassle. Adding header and footer is also made possible by tapping either the top or bottom part of the document for the option to pop-up. If you want a more systematic and less cluttered method of image and text placement on your document, the text wrapping feature will be a true lifesaver for you. When you click on the image, you are immediately presented with a selection of tools and commands. On the other hand, highlighting the text allows you to move or drag it for easier rearrangement. Border styles are now available as well and this is great if you want to add more emphasis or character to your documents.
As for Google Docs for iOs, it has also been integrated with the option to add header and footer along with inserting different border styles like dashed, dotted and solid. You can also add page numbers, change the page size and color as well as switch the page orientation from portrait to landscape, and vice versa.
Google makes editing documents more convenient even through the use of your trusty mobile device. The updates for Google Docs, which have already been released in both Google Play and App Store, are available for editing Docs, Sheets and Slides.