Google Docs Equation Editor
Monday, 28 September 2009
Google Docs Improves Forms and More...
Recently, the Google Docs team added a few improvements to forms and the documents suite. Page breaks can now be added to forms and questions appearing on forms can now change depending on responses (this is known as logic branching). Besides this, subscripts and superscripts can now be placed in Presentations (a huge time-saver) and equations can now be added to documents with a LaTeX equation editor; this latter feature is not present in Presentations or Spreadsheets and is very limited compared to the Zoho equation editor. Also, the resolution of the equation is really low. So it still looks like Google Docs is playing catchup with Zoho.