Using Google Docs with Blogger

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Step-by-step directions for creating a Google Doc and linking to it in a Google Blogger post.

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  • There is actually a 'Post to Blog' link on Google Docs right now.
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  • This was well done, nice step-by-step presentation, and very clear. My only quibble is that I'm old (which you can do nothing about) and there are too many steps for me to remember offhand, since there are more than three. So I needed it to go more slowly, enabling me to write everything down -- also slowly. Again, not your fault. Mother Nature, where are you and why have you done this to me?!
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Using Google Docs with Blogger

  1. 2. Go to your Google Account. Select Docs.
  2. 3. Upload a document you’ve created. Browse to find file and upload.
  3. 4. Create a document using Google Docs. OR
  4. 5. Toolbar is similar to other word processing toolbars.
  5. 6. Publish the document to the web.
  6. 7. In the Share tab, select View as web page, and copy the URL of the published web page of the Doc. Your Docs Home now shows you’ve published the Doc.
  7. 8. Type the content of your block post. Highlight the words and add a link to the Google Doc Paste URL to Google Docs that you copied.
  8. 10. This tutorial created by All clipart is from Animation Factory . Lisa Huff . http://justread.wordpress.com blog2teach!

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