This is a great way to bring together a list of everything you need to know to have a productive conversation with your new homeowner.
I’ve been using wrap text to get the information I need for a bunch of meetings recently. You could always try doing a Google doc and filling in the text around the table, but it’s probably easier (though still a work in progress) to just put the information in a google doc.
Yeah, I always just put the information in a google doc and copy and pasted the table in there, but I like the idea of a google doc and using google sheets to do it. You can also put it in Google Sheets.
I think that wrapping text around a table is a really nice way to do it. I like that you can change your font and spacing and stuff but I also like the idea that you can just cut and paste text into a doc and you don’t have to worry about spacing or getting things cut off. You could also have multiple tables, if you wanted to.
Google Docs is a great tool to use when you need to put text in to tables that you don’t have access to in google docs.
I love that you can change the font and spacing of your tables using your options in the spreadsheet. It can be really useful.
I think this is a very cool idea. So I was just wondering how many people are used to formatting their text into tables and not having to worry about spacing or cutting the text off.
The default Google Doc spreadsheet option is to put the text in the document, then use a table to put the formatting on the table. You can change the font, spacing, etc. but you can’t format your text anywhere inside the body of your document. So if you wanted to format some text in just the table, you would have to use a different spreadsheet.
It’s not the only problem I can see. If you create the table first, then add the formatting using the spreadsheet, you don’t get the automatic spacing between blocks of text anywhere inside the document.
I just checked and google apps for windows don’t have this.