Google Presentations adds PDF printing support


Users can now save Google Presentations as PDF files.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs, open a presentation and click ''. Then click 'File' and 'Save as PDF' or 'Print...' to see more options.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/users/bin/answer.py?answer=69064

Google Docs adds support for document headers and footers


In Google Docs, users can now insert customizable document headers and footers.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs, open a document, click 'Insert' and choose 'Header' or 'Footer'.

For more information:
http://docs.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=86629

Document list improved in Google Docs


The Google Docs document list now allows users to create hierarchical folder structures and share single or multiple documents right from the document list.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs, create folders and drag one folder into another to create nested folders. Click the check box next to multiple docs and the click the 'Share' button to share several docs all at once.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/a/help/intl/en/users/dands.html

Google Presentations adds more editing options and slideshow embedding


Google Presentations now supports drag and drop image insertion from other Google Presentations and from web pages. Users can also add basic vector shapes to slides, import individual slides from other Google Presentations and from PowerPoint PPT files, and embed slideshows from Google Presentations into web pages.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs, open a presentation and drag an image from a different web page into a slide to insert the image. Click the shape icon to insert a shape, and click the 'Publish' tab to see publishing and embedding options.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/a/help/intl/en/users/dands.html