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How-To Use Google Docs With Go Docs (Updated)
Learn how-to manage documents between Google Docs and Go Docs for the iPhone and iPad.
Adding Documents to Google Docs
First we will have to learn how to add and/or edit documents in Google Docs.
» Navigate to Google Docs at http://docs.google.com/.
» Login with your username (normally a Gmail address) and password (only you will know that).
» On the top-left, just below the Google Docs logo, single-left-click on the "Create New" button and select either "Document", "Spreadsheet", "Presentation", or whatever type of document you wish to create.
Editing Documents in Google Docs
» On the top-left, just to the right of the Google Docs logo, single-left-click on "Untitled" (or whatever the title may currently be) and name your document by filling out the popup box and clicking "OK".
» Now finish editing your document.
Next we will have to head on over to our iPad or iPhone and install and sync our documents using Go Docs.
Installing Go Docs
» On your device go to the App Store and search for "Go Docs". Buy and install it.
Syncing Google Documents to Go Docs
» Now open Go Docs and login with the same username and password you used on Google Docs earlier.
» On the bottom-left of Go Docs, click on the sync icon to transfer your Google Documents from Google Docs to your iPad or Phone.
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