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How to Work With Revision History in Google Docs

One advantage of using Google Docs is that it saves your work continually and automatically. Another is that Google keeps a history of all the changes you make to a document. Since you have access to your version history in Google Docs, you can restore an older version of a file or make a copy of an earlier version and spin it off into a different project.

Note that you can see and retrieve earlier versions of files only when you have editing permission. If someone shares a file with you and gives you read-only permission, you won’t

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