Google Docs: "Translation and Undo Smartquotes" features in documents editor

Google now allows "translating your documents in the new Google Docs document editor into one of the 53 Google Docs languages by selecting Tools -> Translate document.... From there, you can create a translated copy of the document by choosing a title for the translated document and selecting the language you want to translate into.Undo […]

Google now allows "translating your documents in the new Google Docs document editor into one of the 53 Google Docs languages by selecting Tools -> Translate document.... From there, you can create a translated copy of the document by choosing a title for the translated document and selecting the language you want to translate into.

Undo smartquotes. When you type a quote character (') in Google Docs we automatically make it a smartquote (‘) which indicates its direction. If you don't want a smart quote, you can press Ctrl Z (Cmd Z on a Mac) after you type it and the smartquote will become a regular quote."

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