Make Google Docs Your Default Office Program for Editing Documents
Tired of uploading a document to Google Docs, editing it there, then downloading a local copy? We have already covered about integrating Google Docs with your MS-Office programs, now here is another useful service that works seamlessly with windows as a bridge between your desktop and Google Docs.
GDocsOpen: Windows PC Software to Use Google Docs like MS Office
GDocsOpen (Link) automatically uploads your local document to Google Docs just by double clicking it and automatically synchronizes your online changes to the local copy once you close the application.
Just double click the document and it automatically gets uploaded to your Google Docs account. A browser window is integrated in the application so the file opens inside GDocsOpen. You don’t need Microsoft Office or any other large Office program installed on your machine.
GDocsOpen is a light and simple Windows application which allows one to double click to edit doc, xls, ppt, odt, csv and other document types. These operations are done using Google Docs. The remote and local versions of the file are synchronized.
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Features and Benefits :
- Open, Edit and Save doc, xls, odt, ppt and many other document types directly from Windows using Google Docs
- Supports extensions of MS Office, Open Office and Star Office: doc, docx, txt, rtf, odt, sxw, xls, xlsx, ods, csv, tsv, tsb, ppt, pps
- Automatic upload to your Google Docs™ account
- Default open your document files
- Download size of under 2 MB
- Special icons for default open extensions of choice
- Saves both online and on your local computer
- No need to buy Office software anymore
- Synchronize local and remote versions
- Access your google docs account directly from GDocsOpen
- Recently opened files feature saves time
- Creates online backup as you work on your local documents.
See the video below for an idea…
A very useful application can since I like Google Docs better than MS Office because of it simplicity and portability and collaborative uses. But its not free, it cost $9.99 (non much if you are a google docs fanboy). But I am using their 7 day free trial which is absolutely awesome…