Frequently Asked Question
Integrated with GoogleDocs FAQS
1. In what way to Update Google Docs with SQL?
Google Docs offers a way to generate and edit documents online and share them with other users in real time. Moreover, Google Docs provides a free hosting solution for your documents. The text editor offers all the essential tools and features, and you can upload your documents in a variability of formats. Still, updating Google Docs directly from SQL is not possible. You must first export the data from SQL to a CSV file and then import the CSV file in Google Docs.
2. What is Google Docs? How does it work?
Google Docs is services provided through google which permits you to type and edit documents online, store them online and save them to your desktop when required. You can write word documents from on the road from no matter what computer and they will be saved in your google account. Essentially it’s just like having Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, ...) on the web.
You can also make it obtainable to everyone on the net simply by checking a box. When you did so you will be given a url to reach your document. You can link it from your website or set in it to your website using an iframe. It will display like an html page. When you edit it and save it, changes will display promptly on the web.
3. By what method to open a Document on a Computer with Google Docs?
Google Docs, as an online document creation application, necessitates only an Internet connection and browser to work on your documents no matter where you are. You can also share your documents with others and agree combined writing and editing. If your workflow contains writing with an offline document creation program like Microsoft Word or Excel, you can upload your documents to Google Docs and convert them, work on your documents in Google Docs, and then download them back to your computer as Word, text, PDF or other formats for additional offline editing and distribution.