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Google Docs ready to convert ‘less popular’ file types

Written By admin on Wednesday, 24 June 2015 | 22:30

Google's free web-based productivity suite:Google Docs now plays nice with some "less common" file formats.

Google said its productivity suite now supports older formats like TIFF, and non-RGB color profiles.

"Starting today, larger images, images in less common formats (like TIFF), and images with non-RGB color profiles (like CMYK), can also be imported to and exported from the Google Docs editors on the web successfully," the Google Apps team said in a June 22 blog post.

Google Docs lets you create, share, and collaborate on documents online. And it just got better with rebuilt editors for documents, spreadsheets, and drawings, designed to improve collaboration, increase speed, and create richer documents.

It noted converting a file to Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides lets a person edit, collaborate on, and share the file online.

Before this, Google's suite can convert Microsoft Office files as well as JPEG, PNG, EMF, and WMF formats.
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