Create a web page from the content of a Google Doc.
Select the doc you wish to embed and customise it with the settings below.
The default is Framed which will show your document in a frame exactly as it is in Google Docs, you can then choose to show it in Read Only or Edit Mode (see below).
If you want to create a web page from the selected Doc, change the View to Embedded. This will take the content of your Doc and store it as html on the site, you can use the settings below to change the way your tile or page looks.
If your document has one or more tables within it, you can enhance how each one appears in Overdrive - including being able to sort and filter the data on the page:
Images will show exactly as they do in the Google document when framed is used. However, when embedded and preserve formatting is used image alignment will not exactly replicate the document. It is not possible to show text wrapped around an image and some image sizes may vary. If you wish to add an image into the page body we recommend adding the image and text into a table within the doc and hiding the borders. When aligning images 'normal text' is required.
You can add an ALT tag and link to an image by using the Alt text option from the Google Docs right click menu. Right click on the image in your doc and choose Alt tags then add your ALT text into the title field and the link (including the http://) into the description. The ALT tag and the link will now show in your embedded doc on the Overdrive site.