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A tutorial on Google Docs created by Robbie Joseph, Sara Wienick, and Emily Yuengel

A tutorial on Google Docs created by Robbie Joseph, Sara Wienick, and Emily Yuengel

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    • G o o g l e docs
      • A Tutorial
      • Created by Robbie Joseph, Sara Wienick, & Emily Yuengel
    • Click on a category below to begin: Or follow the arrows through the tutorial Create a Gmail account Change the title Real-time Editing Chatting Commenting Post to web Download to computer Sharing What is Google Docs? Revision History
    • What is Google Docs?
      • A free web based processor with many collaborative features
      • While there are 6 document variations, our tutorial focuses on the word processor capability (the first and finest in the “Create New” drop down)
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Create a Gmail Account Click on the image above to sign-up for a Gmail account. - A Gmail account is needed to create and edit a Google Doc. - Gmail accounts are free. Back to Categories
    • Change the Title
      • Generate a title for your Google Doc with one click and change the title with another click
      • Google Docs will automatically save your title changes
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Sharing
      • Sharing your Google Doc is the foundation of multi-user collaboration
      • Invite Gmail account users to your Google Doc so they can view and edit your document
        • Feel free to send the document to a non Gmail account user, but take note that they will (1) receive the document as an attachment and (2) they will not be able to participate in any real-time functions
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    • Chatting
      • Like AIM, iChat or Facebook.
      • Talk directly to those who are viewing and editing your work.
      • This real-time conversation makes it easy to discuss, collaborate and brainstorm.
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Real-Time Editing
      • After you share your document, you and any other person who is viewing the Doc can edit it… Simultaneously!
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Commenting
      • Write notes to yourself and other users viewing the document.
      • Make comments without affecting the document.
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Download to Computer
      • Download your Google Doc into multiple formats at any point during your editing
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Post to Web
      • Turn any document into its own web page
      • Have it automatically republish any time a change is made to the document
      • Remove it from the web whenever you want
      Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • Revision History
      • Need to go back and review how the document changed?
      • Want to know who is contributing to the document?
      • Google Docs allows you to view the Revision History
      12 Click on the image above to see the video Back to Categories
    • FIN. 13