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Sync Microsoft Office documents with Google Docs using DocSyncer

Sync Micorosoft Office documents with Google Docs using DocSyncer

The wait is over, DocSyncer is out of beta and open for all to use. This downloadable application allows PC based users of Microsoft Office and Google Docs to seamlessly sync documents.

DocSyncer is a downloadable application that sits on your computer and automatically finds and syncs all of your document files to your Google Docs account. When it's running, it checks all of your documents and syncs them as they are updated to create a solid backup and work anywhere system. Word and Excel based files can be opened directly from the web interface, and there is support for TXT, CSV and RTF formats.

Perhaps one of the coolest features is the 'disconnected' mode. If you are disconnected from the internet, DocSyncer will auto recognize it and load the document locally in the default application without trying to connect to the internet.
Other features include viewing all previous versions of an updated document, email a file directly and strong 128-bit SSL security and encryption.

There are a few limitations that are currently imposed on this beta, such as the 5000 document maximum, and limits to only syncing to MyDocuments and Desktop folders as well as a PC only download. Nonetheless, this newest creation from the team behind ProtectMyPhotos is a productive office app for the growing trend of web working.

If you are impressed with what DocSyncer can do for you, they have an iPhone up for grabs for the user who gets the most number of people to sign up for the beta by December 25th at midnight. DocSyncer can be installed on as many computers as you like, and works with any mobile device that can access Google Docs.

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