Baxstar Fishing Guide Service
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Anyone that has published a Google Doc knows how ugly they are. They truly look like some ancient web page from, like, 1994! :-) The good news there is a solution to this problem that is quite simple- all it takes a little copying and pasting. The website offering this service is appropriately named Google Doc Publisher. Simply go to the site and paste the link to your published Google Doc in the text box provided (see below)
Take a look at the example GIF (below) from their site to see a before and after sequence.
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