Earlier this year I wrote how I really like Microsoft Word (or any word processing app on my computer) over Google Drive (previously known as GoogleDocs). I argued that while GoogleDrive offered offline editing, you couldn’t create documents while you were offline and for me this was a deal breaker. While I am still a fan of standalone word processing apps like Word and LibreOffice, I am slowly changing my tune. This summer Google unveiled a feature that will let you create word processing documents (only word processing documents mind you) offline. While I wish there were more features with Google Drive and it looked a little nicer this is a big step in the right direction. Read on past the break to see how you can tap into this feature yourself.