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Google Docs: Google improves functionality when importing PDFs


Google made some improvements to Google Docs. PDF files should now be easier to import into Google Docs and Tables. We'll tell you the new tricks.

  • In Google Docs, Google has made an improvement when importing a PDF file.
  • Images, text breaks and layout conversions are now adopted and no longer have to be adjusted.

When opening a PDF file on Google Drive, you have been shown a preview for a long time. In this it was possible to edit the file. As the blog 9to5Google, which specializes in Google, reports, Google has now further improved the import.

Google names the following three areas that have received improvements:

  • Image imports
  • Text styles and formatting
  • Layout conversions

Basically, this means for you that a PDF document can be imported or converted into Google Docs without any problems. Images, tables, text breaks and other layouts are transferred to the text document, you no longer have to adjust this manually.

In the video below you can see the improvements in action:

The US manufacturer recommends "Arial" and "Times New Roman" as the fonts with the best results. The changes will be implemented online, and customers with the following products will also receive the changes during the week:

  • Google Workspace Essentials
  • Business Starter, Standard and Plus
  • Enterprise Standard and Plus
  • G Suite Basic, Business, Education, Enterprise for Education, and Nonprofits

In another overview, we will tell you how to combine, reduce and edit PDF files.

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