Google has been aggressively marketing Google Apps to schools, recently launching a centralized site designed to recruit universities and colleges. Now, Google is tweaking Google Docs, which is a part of Google Apps’ productivity suite, by adding a few student-friendly features, reports the Washington Post. Google Docs has added an equation editor so students can complete math problems within a document, allowing them to write papers that include numbers and equations and also take notes from quantitative classes using Google Docs. Users now also can insert superscripts and subscripts, which can be useful for writing out chemical compounds or algebraic expressions. And Google is trying to make Docs appealing to humanities majors by letting users choose from various bulleting styles for creating outlines and giving them the ability to print footnotes as endnotes for term papers. A few weeks ago, Google also launched a translation feature in Google Docs…

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