by Allen Wyatt
(last updated October 31, 2013)
Documents seem to often take on a life of their own. You start out with a new document expecting it to be one thing, and before you know it, the document has morphed into something entirely different. This means that your original document name may no longer reflect the contents of the current document.
Fortunately, Drive and Docs makes it easy to rename your existing documents. I mention both Drive and Docs because you can do your renaming in either of them. Let's start, first, with how you rename a document in Docs.
Figure 1. Changing a document's name.
That's it; Docs changes the name show at the upper-left of the screen and saves the document under the new name.
You can also rename your documents in Drive. To do this, follow these steps:
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