How to Use Google Documents


Learn how to use Google documents to organize personal and business documents and spreadsheets in this free software demonstration from our internet program expert.

Series Summary

Google Documents is a free web-based program which includes word processing, as well as spreadsheet and presentation software capabilities. One of the biggest advantages of this software is that uses can collaborate on-line, creating and editing documents in real time. These documents can be e-mailed among users as well as edited using the web interface. Google Docs supports common file formats such as .doc and .xls. The application is a combination of the web-based word processor Writely (created by the software company Upstartle) and Google Spreadsheets, initially announced in 2006.

In this free series of internet software lesson videos, our web application expert Drew Noah tells you everything you need to know about using Google Documents. He begins with an overview of the user interface, then tells you how to do basic tasks such as creating a hyperlink and inserting a graphic. But far beyond the basics, Drew will elevate you to expert status if you watch all of these informative videos. Learn how to edit HTML in Google Docs as well as how to manipulate finance and spreadsheet formulas and presentation options. Not sure how to make a chart or publish a file? Let Expert Village show you the way.

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