I’ve recently been experimenting with Google Docs. If you have Internet access and a Google account (and who doesn’t?), Google Docs is a pretty handy way to create a document you can store on Google Drive, and also print or download if you wish. Because a Google Doc can be shared with others in various ways, it’s an ideal tool for collaborative editing.
A Google Doc can also be embedded into a website. What you see below is an example of that. What’s really nice about this is that you can update what a visitor sees on the webpage simply by editing the Google Doc. The embed is dynamic and shows the current version of the Doc.