Word Processing: Google Docs

Google has created a good word processor in Google Docs. 

Like most computer programs or applications today, Google Docs is cloud-based.

Using it, you can create documents in a variety of styles, fonts, and formats. 

Google Docs more complicate to use than some other word processors,

but once you take the time and trouble to learn its ins and outs, you will find it is ideal for a wide range of applications.

Good Points of Google Docs:

If you need to work with other people on a project,

Google document is great because it allows you to share files and documents and allows everyone involved access to add or edit content.

Once you have created a document or spreadsheet on Google Docs,

you can decide who is allowed to see it and who has edited the document or added content to it.

This gives you the ability to see who has contributed each piece of work to any project,

so it is easy to attribute different parts to different authors.

In short, Google Docs is very useful for sharing information, so it works well for things like web pages.

Another great thing about Google Docs is that it is free, and there is no paid version with additional features.

Not-So-Good Points :

A lot of people don’t like Google Document precisely because it is so collaborative. 

It is difficult to maintain privacy, and to be sure that security is maintained.

Another criticism of Google Document is that you need to be online to use it. 

You can set it up to work offline, but you need to be online to do that,

so I would recommend dealing with that as soon as you download the program. 

That way, you can be sure that if you don’t have internet access, you can still work on your projects offline. 

For anyone who wants tight control over their writing, it may not be the best choice.