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In a club I belong to, I'm on a committee to edit a handbook, which was previously created as a Word file. I was hoping that we could get a lot of the work done online, if I just uploaded the existing document to Google Docs and invited everyone as "collaborators" so everyone can make edits.
The problem is, Google Docs does not preserve the page divisions, and just presents everything as one long page. (I checked the help screen, and showing page divisions is not currently an available feature.) Since this document will eventually be printed, I'd like everyone to be able to see how it divides up into pages, since this is a formatting issue that will affect how we design the document.
Does anyone know of an online collaboration tool that will allow you to edit word processing documents, and will properly display them as individual pages?