Online Documents

Make online documents the starting point for collaboration

Online word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms

With Google Docs, you can create documents on the web and invite real-time sharing with other employees to get instant feedback. Because they are web-based, documents can be accessed from anywhere, including a mobile device, so you'll always have the latest version.

Easily store and share files

Store work files on Google Docs so they're accessible from any web-enabled device and backed up online. Share files with co-workers or external users.

Here are a few ways you can use Google Docs for your business:

Letterhead: Create letters with a professional look

Budget planner: Build a budget spreadsheet that can be edited from anywhere

Project proposal: Collaborate on proposals in real-time with multiple editors

Invoice: Create a spreadsheet-based invoice that automatically calculates totals

Survey: Get customer feedback; analyze and graph the data

Business plan: Share business vision in a doc to get input and spread your ideas

Meeting agenda: Allow co-workers to access meeting notes and share comments

Job application: Create a form for applicants on your website to track response

Employee time sheet: Track employee hours and offer managers real-time access

Press release: Share business news with the outside world

Business start-up costs: Calculate and track costs using a spreadsheet

Job applicant scoring: Give interviewers a common scoring spreadsheet

Project time line: Share insights into milestones, completion dates, and key details

Presentations: Create professional presentations and collaborate with others

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