Something new in Google docs:PaginationPosted by in Google Updates
We all are familier with google docs and we always use it in our routine work.so today i am going to write about something new which is launched recently in google docs and that is pagination.to give you Google docs the actuall visual effects.it is the the ability to see visual pages on your screen.they’re also using pagination and some of Chrome’s capabilities to improve how printing works in Google Docs. Pagination is rolling out now and should be available to everyone by the end of the day
It adds visual breakes when we are going to edit our documents.so now we can see how many pages of the particular report we’ve actually finished.headers now show up at the top of each page instead of just at the top of your doc, manual page breaks actually move text onto a new page and footnotes appear at the bottom of the pages themselves.
If you prefer editing documents with a continuous layout, you can hide page breaks by selecting the “Compact” document view from the “View” menu
Pagination also changes what’s possible with printing in modern browsers.Google worked closely with the Chrome team to implement a recent web standard so they can support a feature called native printing. Before, if you wanted to print your document we’d need to first convert it into a PDF, which you would then need to open and print yourself. With native printing, you can print directly from your browser and the printed document will always exactly match what you see on your screen.
For now, native printing is only available in Google Chrome, but we’re hoping other browsers will implement the same web standard so everyone can have the best possible printing experience with Docs.
Pagination and native printing are great examples of how modern browsers are making it possible to take the best parts of the desktop experience and bring them online.