You’re welcome to reference Google and our products in plain text, whether in fictional or non-fiction content, and don’t need to ask for our permission to do so.
Your use of Google trademarks cannot imply a relationship with Google or suggest the content has been authored by or represents the views of Google, such as “The Official Google Docs Guidebook.”
For example, you can write a book called “Google Docs for Newbies,” but you can’t include the Google logo, the Google Docs icon, or screenshots of Google Docs on the cover of your book.
You may use these elements where appropriate inside your book for instructional purposes, as long as such references are accurate and relevant.
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