Your documents and files in Google Drive can be modified by anyone who has edit access to the file. You can always remove external collaborators from your documents to prevent them from editing your files but how do you prevent yourself (the owner) from accidentally editing your own files in Google Drive? Google Drive doesn’t have a simple button (yet) for locking files so here’s a little Google Script that can help you make any file in your Google Drive read-only.
Nice post from Amit Agarwal showing how the new Google Drive Locking API can be used with Google Apps Script. The post contains all the code and instructions you need to get started.
Source: How to Make your Documents Read-only in Google Drive – Digital Inspiration
Imagine if you have a set of data, say, Cat, Dog, Goat and you want to create a new column where each item is repeated 3 times. Essentially what we are doing here is spreading out our original … There is no real easy approach to do these things with the standard Google Sheets Formulas (Known as Functions in Google Sheets). Fortunately, we can create custom functions with Google Apps Script to do the job.
In this post, I will go over the 3 custom functions that I created to solve these three problems. I’ll then provide a quick-use guide if you just want to dive in and get started using them. Finally, I go over some of the interesting parts of the Google Apps Script code for those of you who wish to learn more about creating your own custom functions.
Source: Google Apps Script: 3 Google Sheets Custom Functions to Allocate Items from a Column and Spread Them Out into a New Column N Times – Yagisanatode
In this blog post , we will cover how to create a PDF from the responses of Google Form using Google Apps Script.
If you are looking for some guidance on creating and sending PDF Documents from Google Form responses this post has all you need to get started.
Source: Create PDF Using GoogleApps Script