PUC Campus Chronicle

By: Brandon Buell

With Google’s announcement of their new service Google Drive last week, they have also released several fonts and templates into the mix. Giving those skeptical to the switch a reason to try it and users a reason to rejoice. There are over 450 fonts and 60 new templates to choose from that will work with all of Google’s word processing formats, including spreadsheets, Powerpoint and Word documents. This will give users the ability to add an extra spark to papers for that needed A. Perhaps the most enticing part about it though, is that it is free.

Users of Google Docs have always known that the service was behind the competition with the likes of “Word” and “Pages” to choose from. It was a stripped down version of the two, giving you a few fonts to play with and no templates to choose from. This made it…

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