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  • 1. Google Docs Create and Share  Your Work Online
  • 2. Features
      • Upload from and save to your desktop
      • Edit anytime, from anywhere
      • Pick who can access your documents
      • Share changes in real time
      • Files are stored securely online
      • It's free
  • 3. Spreadsheets
      • Import and export these file types: .xls, .csv, .txt and .ods. You can also export data to a PDF or an HTML file.
      • Format your cells and edit formulas so you can calculate results and make your data look the way you want it.
      • Chat in real time with others who are editing your spreadsheet.
      • Embed a spreadsheet, or a section of a spreadsheet, in your blog or website.
      • Insert gadgets, such as gauges, interactive map, etc., directly into your spreadsheet.
      • Generate and send forms and keep track of the responses on a spreadsheet.
  • 4. Tools ·              Check spelling   ·          Translate to any language   ·          Check spelling for any language   ·           Look up definition, synonym, or antonym of any              word (look  on web as well)   ·           Can look at any old revisions done by anyone of             that document                                                      -      Word count      
  • 5. On Google Docs Presentation...
  • 6. You can:
      • Upload/Download a presentation
      • Check your revision history
      • Use themes to spice up your presentation
      • Add speaker notes
      • Embed the presentation
      • Insert: text, images, videos, shapes, drawing, and tables
      • Simultaneously view/edit
  • 7. Google Doc Presentations is great...
      • Because, if you don't have Microsoft Office you can still make a powerpoint presentation
      • Because, though it is a simpler version of Microsoft Power Point, it still has the basic tools to create a presentation
  • 8. Google Doc Forms...  
  • 9. You can:
      • Create a form from the DocList or any spreadsheet
      • Share your form/spreadsheet to as many people as you want
      • Use Google Apps and it will record all the people who fill out your form
      • Add any options or questions you'd like
      • See people's responses through summary or spreadsheet
      • Choose a different theme to go with your questions
  • 10. Creating a Form is SIMPLE
    • From DocList:
      • Click  New  >  Form
      • In the form template that opens, add any questions and options you'd like.
      • Click  Email this form  once you've finished adding your questions.
      • Add the email addresses of the people to whom you want to send this form.
      • Click  Send .
      • DONE.
  • 11. Creating a form cont...
    • From any spreadsheet :
      • Click the  Form  drop-down menu and select  Create a form .
      • In the form template that opens, add any questions and options you'd like.
      • Click  Email this form  once you've finished adding your questions.
      • Add the email addresses of the people to whom you want to send this form.
      • Click  Send .
  • 12. Once you send your form... Responses are automatically filled in the spreadsheet!

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