Faster finding, Heading and other features in new Google document editor - Advanced sorting rules in new spreadsheets

The new version of Google spreadsheets, now let sort a range of cells according to rules set for one column or across multiple columns. To sort your data, go to Tools > Sort... and then add your sorting rules. You should check Data has header row if your columns have titles and choose ascending or […]

The new version of Google spreadsheets, now let sort a range of cells according to rules set for one column or across multiple columns. To sort your data, go to Tools > Sort... and then add your sorting rules. You should check Data has header row if your columns have titles and choose ascending or descending depending on how you want your data sorted. Click +Add another to add additional rules:

Also, added few features to the new version of Google document editor:

Faster find: press Ctrl+F (?+F on Macs) you'll see a drop-down box where you can type word or phrase you're looking for in your doc. As you type, all matches in the doc will be highlighted and you can press to jump to next match. For more advanced find options or if you want to replace text, you can access full Find and Replace dialog from Edit menu.

Headings in the toolbar: added Paragraph Styles to toolbar to make it much easier to quickly apply headings to things you've selected in your doc, or to change your selection to normal text.

Bookmarks in the link dialog: If you go into that dialog, you'll see a list of all the bookmarks in your document and the snippet of text that's near that bookmark.

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