How to Download Google Docs
It is not a secret that I’m a devoted Google Docs user. Since the first time that I tried it, I’ve done nearly all of my writing in Google Documents. Even when I was writing for a magazine that required all submissions to be in Word format, I wrote in Google Documents. I was able to do that because Google makes it easy to download your Google Docs in Word, PDF, TXT, HTML, and EPUB format. To download a Google Document in one of those formats simply open the File drop-down menu in Google Docs then select “Download as…” This short video that I made demonstrates how to download Google Documents.
Applications for Education
If you ever find yourself needing to send a document to someone who refuses to use Google Documents, downloading that document as a PDF or Word file is a simple solution. I often use the “Download as PDF” option for easier printing and distribution of handouts.
Learn more about Google Docs in my upcoming course, Getting Going With G Suite in 2019.
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