Want to read a document located on a website? Got Google Docs and want to use it to open and modify those files you get and retrieve from the Internet? Oh, well, that’s not an issue. Let’s see how, with a single click, we can achieve this result without loosing a lot of time.
Open in Google Docs (what a fantasy!) is a simple add-on for Firefox which, once installed, lets you open any documents in your Google Docs. The way it works it really simple. Once you locate a link on a website poiting to a document, right-click on it and from the menu simple choose “Open in Google Docs”.
Open in Google Docs support the following document format: .doc, .txt, .rtf, .ppt, .pdf etc…
If you want to know more or if you want to download it, visit the official website.
Tags: add-on, Firefox
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