Embedding Google Docs
Parameters

Google Docs URL Parameters

I am not aware of any official documentation of the various parameters/arguments that can be used in conjunction with Google Docs URLs, but I have found an unofficial list here.

I have tried some of these in some of the tips I have given. But as they are not 'official' they may or may not continue to work. I have copied the list from that page below so it may be worth checking the source to see if any others have been added.

/copy

/export

/edit

/preview

/create

/pub?

/fm?id=

/tq?tqx=out:html

&copyDestination=[Drive FolderID]

&key=[ID]

&gid=[#]

&single=[true|false]

&range=[CellAddress|CellAddress1:CellAddress2]

&embedded=[true|false]

&widget=[true|false]

&output=[html|txt|csv|pdf]

&gridlines=[false]

&rm=[minimal|embedded|full|demo|?]

&ui=2 (interface version)

&chrome=[false] (full screen mode)

&width=[width]

&height=[height]

&frameborder=[size of border]

&q=[Search Query]

&viewer?

&start=

&channel=

&ibd=

&client=

&fmcmd=12

&size=0

&fzr=[true]

&portrait=[false]

&fitw=[true]

&printtitle=[true]

&sheetnames=[true]

&pagenum=[CENTER]

&attachment=[true]

&alt=[rss]

&tq=[query params here]



The

Example of usage

If you want to provide a link to a Google Doc and force a copy to be made rather than have it just open then use the /copy suffix.

e.g.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sqLhj7oWGPEU7vjm-SfD55jqJEi0h47CPeDcILtDUVE/copy

Some parameters are only appropriate for certain doctypes - e.g &range= would only make sense for a spreadsheet