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A set of single-click tools to change case, highlight text, sort tables and lists, change numbers to text, and more.
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This add-on gives you thirteen straightforward tools that take on all minor adjustments in your document. One click will make your text look the way you need:
-	Make your text bigger or smaller until you find the right size with the “Increase font” and “Decrease font” tools. 
-	There is an icon to quickly capitalize each sentence, toggle case, change it to uppercase or lowercase, and to start each word with a capital letter.
-	Highlight important information and use the possibility to remove any particular color from the selection.
-	Arrange your table rows, list items, or even headings with all their text in alphabetical order. When working with tables you can sort by any combination of columns.  
-	One click in the sidebar will convert the selected words to digits, or spell numbers.

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A User of Doc Tools
June 10, 2019
When I had a problem with Doc Tools sorting a table, Ablebits did a great job stepping me through a solution with clear step-by-step directions. Thanks.
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A User of Doc Tools
May 29, 2019
This extension is good, especially when you want editing tools right at the side of your screen. However, one issue is that when I select one character and then select [Capitalise Each Word], an error appears. [TypeError: Cannot call method "toUpperCase" of undefined. Details] There must be a script detecting if you only selected one character when you clicked [Capitalize Each Word] so that the app must stop the capitalizing script, which could also prevent the error from appearing. Anyways, it's great!
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A user of Doc Tools
May 30, 2019
Thank you for pointing that out, Hansly! We were able to reproduce the problem and we'll try to fix it as soon as possible.
A User of Doc Tools
April 28, 2019
This add-on has been quite helpful, especially its capacity to sort paragraphs of text. However, when sorting a sequence of paragraphs, the paragraph sorted into last place is changed to default format: 11 pt. Arial. When typing a report in 12 pt. Times New Roman, this is somewhat annoying, but not a major issue.
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A User of Doc Tools
April 8, 2019
I also had the same issue with sorting a bullet list deleting all the contents.
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A User of Doc Tools
February 23, 2019
Great effort to bring Google docs one step closer to MS Word!!
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A User of Doc Tools
January 24, 2019
Thank you for a useful set
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A User of Doc Tools
December 4, 2018
I got the app so that I could alphabetize my source list for one of my classes and it kind of sorted it alphabetically but when it got to the titles of articles that were in quotations it sorted those at the end instead of where the actual word in the quotes should have been so I got points deducted on the assignment.
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A User of Doc Tools
November 29, 2018
Seems to be broken now. I tried to convert ALL CAPS to Each Word Stars With Cap and it stayed ALL CAPS.
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A user of Doc Tools
November 30, 2018
Thank you for your feedback, Craig. You need to apply lowercase before capitalizing each word. It was designed this way in order not to corrupt any acronyms you may have.
A User of Doc Tools
November 13, 2018
I just use the sort which should be native in docs.
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A User of Doc Tools
November 4, 2018
Haven't used it enough yet to realize its full benefit.
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