Google Docs ready to take on Microsoft Office 2010

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Google has rolled out some stunning upgrades for its Google Docs, the undoubtedly superb platform for working online with documents. And, not coincidentally for sure, they come in the same week as Microsoft launched its Office 2010 for the public. Google is now giving users more options for sharing documents: private; anyone with a link; or public on the web. The best part is that public documents will get indexed and even appear in search results.

Google Docs
Google Docs

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Microsoft may be heavy competitor with its Office 2010 coming out with advanced features; but Google is gradually showing what innovation can do to an app that has been running parallely with Office for quite some time now. Google Docs has been my favorite for a long time now, and it continues to impress me.

Author: Rahul Bhattacharya

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