on Just Publishing Advice:
Learn how you can easily migrate from Microsoft Word to Google Docs Offline
Microsoft Office is awfully expensive for writers who only use Word most of the time.
Now that Microsoft is moving away from standalone software to a subscription-based service, it is a monthly charge that you could really do without paying.
Why pay for all the programs that you will never use, just to be able to use a word processor?
There are many word processor alternatives to Word, but Google Docs is proving to be the most popular choice.
Whether you are a content writer, author or blogger, Google Docs has all the writing tools and functions you could ever need in a word processor.
Better still, everything is absolutely free, including 15 GB of storage space on Google Drive.
However, there was one drawback. If you were out of wi-fi range or couldn’t get connected to the Internet, you couldn’t use Google Docs.
But this has all changed.
You can now use Google Docs anytime. All you need to do is set up offline access.