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Google's making it easier to explain that all your good ideas came from TV and movies

Google's making it easier to explain that all your good ideas came from TV and movies

With its intuitive UI and cross-platform availability, Google Docs has turned out to be a popular writing tool for people from all walks of life. Last year, with the introduction of a citation tool, it became a bit friendlier for those working on academic papers. Of course, not every reference someone wants to make will be from a formal book, and now Google is acknowledging that there may be situations when you have to cite a film or a TV show in your work.

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Google Docs picking up smart compose and autocorrect for comments

Google Docs picking up smart compose and autocorrect for comments

Google Docs is more important than ever these days due to the amount of people working, learning, and collaborating from home, and Google's keeping it up-to-date with the regular release of new features. Smart compose and autocorrect started rolling out to some users last year, and now both features are coming to Docs comments, to help make adding those to documents easier, smarter, and more grammatically correct.

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Google Docs to start letting you mix landscape and portrait pages like a madman

Google Docs to start letting you mix landscape and portrait pages like a madman

Google Docs is a powerful tool that can unlock a lot of possibilities when it comes to editing documents, but combining portrait and landscape page orientations wasn't one of them — until now. That's right: Google is finally allowing users to create horizontal and vertical pages within the same document.

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