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November 16, 2010

Google Docs AutoCorrect

If you frequently make a mistake when you type a word in Google Docs, you can now ask Google to automatically correct the mistake for you. Right-click on the word, select "AutoCorrect" and pick the most appropriate correction.


By default, Google Docs automatically converts (c) to the copyright sign ©, 1/2 to ½, but you can add other rules to the "Text substitution" section of the preferences dialog.


Google Docs also added LaTeX shortcuts to the equation editor and you can now insert images inside of a cell in a spreadsheet.

{ via Google Docs Blog }

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