How to edit Google Docs offline on your computer or smartphone
- You can edit
Google Docsfiles offlineif you've synced them with your device beforehand.
- Both the
- Enabling offline editing in Google Docs is great for users without a steady internet connection.
Google Docs is great - until you lose your internet connection and suddenly lose all editing access.It's frustratingly common, but avoidable: if you enable it while you still have internet, you can sync any Google Docs file to your device and edit it offline.
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How to edit Google Docs offline on desktop
1. Open Google Chrome and log into your account, and then go to https://drive.google.com/drive/settings.2. In the Offline section, tick the box next to Create, open and edit your recent Google Docs, Sheets and Slides files on this device while offline.
3. If you have any Google Docs pages open, refresh them.4. To download specific files, head to the main Google Docs page and right-click on any file, and then select Available offline.
How to edit Google Docs offline in the mobile appBoth iPhone and Android users can save Google Docs for offline editing.
1. Open the Google Docs app and find the file that you want to edit offline.
2. Tap the three dots next to its name and select Make available offline. Your file will download, and a checkmark icon will appear on the thumbnail once it's done.Now when you're left without
Quick tip: You can also set it so any documents that you've opened recently will be downloaded automatically. Tap the three stacked lines in the top-left corner and select Settings, and then tap the switch next to Make recent files available offline.19 of the best Google Drive tips and tricks for getting the most out of the service How to share a Google Doc to collaborate and edit documents with others Is Google Drive secure? How Google uses encryption to protect your files and documents, and the risks that remain The 15 best Google Drive add-ons for customizing and streamlining your work on any Google application
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