Google Docs: Add "Table of contents, footnotes and more"

If you’re using Google Docs, you may have notice that features like “table of contents, footnotes and thesaurus” are still not implemented to the interface. To add the features, if you’ve Google Gears, temporarily disable it for Google Docs by removing docs.google.com from the list of allowed sites in Google Gears Settings. For e.g. to generate a table of contents from the […]

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If you’re using Google Docs, you may have notice that features like “table of contents, footnotes and thesaurus” are still not implemented to the interface. To add the features, if you’ve Google Gears, temporarily disable it for Google Docs by removing docs.google.com from the list of allowed sites in Google Gears Settings. For e.g. to generate a table of contents from the headings of a document, just paste this code in the address bar:

javascript:mr("TocSettings");void(0);

You should see a dialog that lets you choose the numbering style. there's also an option to insert a HTML snippet without editing the HTML code. The dialog can be invoked by pasting in the address bar:

javascript:dy();void(0);

A word processor is more useful if you can easily access a dictionary, an encyclopedia and other sources of information. Select some text from a document and paste the following lines to show information from:

Encyclop

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