Google Docs Now Offers .xlsx and .docx File Formats
Google announces .xlsx and .docx support for Google Docs, expanding the list of file formats that the search engine company accepts for uploading documents. Google also introduced two new Data APIs for storing and updating tabular data in a spreadsheet, which is of potential utility to online storefronts.Google has added .docx and .xlsx to the list of file formats it accepts for uploading on Google Docs, its cloud-based application that stores a user's documents in the cloud. Google Docs already accepts documents in .doc, .odt, .xls, .ods, .ppt, .csv, .html, .txt and .rtf formats, among others.
In order to import a .docx or .xlsx file, users can simply click the "Upload" button on the Docs List menu, select the file, and let the application upload and convert the document for Google Docs. Those users seeking to upload multiple documents simultaneously can utilize the Google Documents List API.