If you’re a Google Docs user, you may have noticed that Google Spreadsheets’ menu has been a little inconsistent with the rest of the Docs suite. Now, Google decided to reorganize the interface a bit and give it a real menu.
The menu now gives you the pretty standard “File, Edit, Format, Insert, Tools, Form, Help,” options which is the basic menu we’ve all grown accustomed to in pretty much all Office suites. The items on the toolbar have been rearranged a little, but there’s nothing too dramatic there. Giving the ubiquitous copy and paste options a less prominent position, though, is an odd choice by Google, and it’s also been noted by Google Operating System.
For a detailed description of the new interface you can go to the already updated Google Docs help page.
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