April 25th, 2008 | Published in Google Docs
Our initial offline rollout is complete. Done. Finito. You should now see an "Offline" link in the upper right hand corner of Google Docs.
When we first announced offline access several weeks ago, it was limited to viewing and editing word processing documents. Now, we've added view-only offline access to spreadsheets and presentations as well.
You won't need to worry about an unreliable internet connection as you walk up to the front of the room to give your next presentation. Just click on your Google Docs desktop icon and know that your presentations and spreadsheets will be stored on your computer, at your fingertips.
We still only support English language access, and Google Apps users shouldn't expect to see offline Docs unless their domain admins have opted in to getting this new feature. To learn more about offline access, check out our Help Center.
Update: Corrected a misspelling.