Using Google DocsRemember using Google Docs everything is always automatically saved and even if documents are deleted they can still be retrieved.Creating Documents- Select 'New' from the 'Google Drive'. From the drop-down menu, select 'Google Docs'- Give the document a title.- Writing a document is just like using MS Word.Sharing Documents- Allows multiple people to either view, comment, or edit' documents,/span>- Select the on the top right- Enter the name or Gmail account for people you wish to share. NOTE: they must have a google account.- Select the. From the drop-down menu, select whether the person can edit, comment, or view only the document being shared.- Select 'Copy Link' to copy the link. To paste the link in an email, right click and select paste from the drop down menu. This is useful to share documents with people who do not have gmail accounts.Speech to Text- Select 'Tools' from the menu bar. From the drop-down menu, select 'Voice Typing ...'Commenting on Documents- Select 'Comments' box on the top right to add comments to a document either your own or one shared with you.History of Document- Select 'File' from the menu bar. From the drop-down menu, select 'see revision history'- You can now see how the document was changed and revert back to previous versions if need to.
Last Modified on October 26, 2017