How to Scan for Plagiarism Straight from your Document
Creating your content entails research, writing, editing and publishing. But what about making sure you created completely original content? Let’s take a look at two great options we are happy to offer.
Scan for Plagiarism from Google Docs
While writing a homework assignment, work report, or a non-fiction story on Google Docs, we have made it possible for you to scan your text for originality. Simply select the text or the whole document and Copyleaks will do the rest. What’s great about the easy add-on is you never need to leave your document. Just scan and keep on editing your work.
Check Originality in Microsoft Word
Checking for originality in your work is extremely important, not matter what field you are in. Writing your own paper, scanning student work, and checking references before handing in a major thesis is now easier when using Microsoft Office. Now you don’t have to worry about even leaving your document. Scanning with Microsoft Word is now even easier. Connect to your Copyleaks account once, and you’re set! Anytime you want to scan for plagiarism using Copyleaks, simply go to add-ins Insert-> Add-ins-> Copyleaks Plagiarism Checker
Looking for similar text is no longer something you have to Google line-by-line. Use your time more efficiently with any of the Copyleaks add-ons. Want to submit a file without using one of these platforms? Easily submit up to 100 files using Copyleaks.com or integrate your system automatically using our API.