Gmail new feature allows editing of Microsoft files without Saving them to Google Drive

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Gmail new feature allows editing of Microsoft files without Saving them to Google Drive

Google’s email service Gmail is used worldwide and is considered the most popular email communication service for which Google has announced the addition of more new features.

Google has announced that users will now be able to make changes to Microsoft Office files without saving them first to Google Drive.
 Earlier Google provided editing in Microsoft Office files but it had to use Google Drive, now with this new update users will be able to edit documents within Gmail and No need to save on Google Drive.
This means that when a user receives a Word or Excel file in an email, they will be able to do any custom editing with a single click. Users will also be able to reply to the original email thread with the updated file.
 Google has also announced that it is introducing mixed page support in Google Docs. With this support users will be able to edit word files, landscapes and portrait pages with the new document.
 The company says it will also introduce support for inserting images behind text and watermarks into Google Docs next year.
In addition, another feature will be introduced for users which will make it easier for them to switch from Excel to Sheets.

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