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					              Google Docs allows
              users within GPISD to create
Google Docs   word processing documents,
              spreadsheets, and
              presentations.
              Users can import and export
              documents to their favorite
              desktop and mobile
              programs as well as share
              them with other
              collaborators in real time.
Individual LTC
account users can
store up to 5,000       Google Docs
documents and files
are accessible by web
browser, desktop
software, and even
smartphones.
     Google Docs: An Overview
         Word Processor
• Enjoy intuitive features and editing, like any traditional word
  processors (Spell Check, Justification, Bold, Italics,
  Underline, Tables, Font Formatting, Headers & Footers, etc.)
• Create basic documents from scratch or start from a template.
• Upload your existing files from Microsoft 2003 or Rich Text
  Format (RTF).
• Download documents to your desktop as Microsoft Word,
  OpenOffice, RTF, Personal Document File (PDF), HTML or
  ZIP.
• Choose who can access, view, and even edit your
  documents to collaborate.
  Google Docs: An Overview
 Word Processor, Continued…
• Each document can be up to 500 Kilobyte, plus
  up to 2 Megabyte per embedded image.
• You have a combined limit of 5,000 documents
  and presentations and 5,000 images.
• Anyone you've invited to either edit or view your
  document, spreadsheet or presentation can access
  it instantly, as soon as they sign in.
• Edit and present with others in real time.
• Email your documents out as attachments.
    Google Docs: An Overview
          Spreadsheets
• Enjoy intuitive navigation and editing, like any
  traditional document or spreadsheet.
• Import and export within MS-Excel, comma
  separated value (csv), .txt and .ods formatted data
  (and export functionality for .pdf and html).
• Use formatting and formula editing in
  spreadsheets so you can calculate results and
  make your data look the way you want it.
    Google Docs: An Overview
    Spreadsheets, Continued…
• Each spreadsheet can be up to 256 columns, or up to
  200,000 cells, or up to 100 sheets – whichever
  limit is reached first. There's no limit on number of
  rows.
• You have a limit of 1,000 spreadsheets. The
  spreadsheets that are shared with you do not count
  against 1,000 limit.
• The limit on spreadsheets open at one time is 11.
• You can import spreadsheets up to approximately
  1 Megabyte in xls, csv, or ods, txt, tsv, tsb format.
    Google Docs: An Overview
          Presentations
• Share and edit presentations with your colleagues and
  students
• Import existing presentations created in Microsoft
  PowerPoint 2003
• Export your presentations as PowerPoint or PDF
• Insert images and videos, and format your slides to fit
  your preferences.
• Allow real-time viewing of presentations, online, from
  separate remote location
    Google Docs: An Overview
    Presentations, Continued…
• Presentations in both .ppt and .pps file formats from
  your local computer can be up to 10MB in size.
• By entering the URL of a file on the Web, you can
  upload presentations up to 2MB.
• By emailing in your files, you can upload presentations
  up to 500K.
• You have a combined limit of 5,000 documents and
  presentations and 5,000 images.
Google Docs: File Manager
                                   Menu Bar




                                              All Documents Files
                                              Shown in this panel




     Organization of Your Document Files. Create
     Folders , Sort By Type, Collaborators, and More…
Google Docs: File Management
Google Docs: Word Processing




  Let’s Review the Menu Bars…
Google Docs: Spreadsheets




Let’s Review the Menu Bars…
Google Docs: Spreadsheets
Google Docs: Spreadsheets
Google Docs: Presentations




 Let’s Review the Menu Bars…
 Google Docs: Let’s Get Started

1.Open a new Document
2.Import a Document
3.Export A Document
4.Review Formatting and Inserting of Graphics
5.‘Share’ a Document vs. ‘Publish’ a Document
6.File Management
Google Docs: Open/Import a new Doc
Google Docs: Import a new Document
Google Docs: ‘Chat’ a Document
Google Docs: Save/Store A Document
Google Docs: Export A Document
Google Docs: Export A Document
Google Docs: ‘Share’ a Document
Google Docs: ‘Share’ a Document
Google Docs: Publish A Document
File Manager: Another Look
Now that we have a few documents
  Google Docs: File Manager
Now that we have a few documents
Google Docs: File Management
 Now that we have a few documents
Google Docs: File Manager
  Google Docs: Forms




Let’s Review the Menu Bars…

				
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