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  • 1. Creating Word Documents in GoogleDocsCloud and Collaborative Word Processing By Emily Mross
  • 2. Creating your documentCreating a Document within GoogleDocs is very similar to using MicrosoftWord. After logging into your GoogleDocs or GoogleDrive account, selectthe Create button, and choose Document from the dropdown menu.
  • 3. Getting started See how much the page looks like Microsoft Word? Navigating the software will be fairly straightforward, especially if you are familiar with recent editions of Microsoft Office. The first difference you will find is naming and saving your document.
  • 4. Naming and savingTo name your document, double click on the Untitled Document box. Asmaller Rename document box will appear. Type in your desired title andselect OK. You will never have to remember to hit save – GoogleDocs doesit for you. Whenever a change is made, it will save it automatically.
  • 5. Typing it out The default font, font size, and spacing is different on GoogleDocs than standard word. To change it to the traditional settings, there are a few buttons to use on the home screen. You can do this before you start typing, but if you’ve already added text, select it before you start making changes.
  • 6. Changing the FontGoogleDocs has some standard fonts, but it has substantially less thanMicrosoft Office. Thankfully, the important basics, like Times New Roman,are here, and the most commonly used fonts can be found at the very top ofthe list. Select it to continue. Use the very next menu to change the font size.
  • 7. Changing the FontGoogleDocs has some standard fonts, but it has substantially less thanMicrosoft Office. Thankfully, the important basics, like Times New Roman,are here, and the most commonly used fonts can be found at the very top ofthe list. Select it to continue. Use the very next menu to change the font size.