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In this course, Jess Stratton teaches the essentials of creating, formatting, and sharing documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms with Google Drive. Discover the differences between the Google Docs and the new Google Drive. Then learn how to work with your files—creating, converting, syncing, and deleting—plus tips on organizing and searching Drive. Then it is on to the basics of inserting and formatting images, text, tables, and data inside documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and the Google Forms feature for polling an audience and collecting responses. You'll also learn about creating with Google Drawings, the best ways to collaborate using Google Docs, and how to save time with templates.
(MUSIC). Welcome to Google Drive Essential Training. My name is Jess Stratton and I'm going to take you through all the elements of Google Drive and Google Docs. In this course, I'll show you how to navigate and upload files to your Google Drive. I'll show you how to organize your files into folders, color code and use stars to organize your files and folders and then, how to search your drive. I'll show you how to work with google documents, create online presentations, add functions and formulas to spreadsheets files, create professional looking flowcharts and even how to create online forms.
I'll show you how you can share your files with other Google users and, work with revisions, so that you can access previous versions of your files. Finally, I'll show you how you can comment your files, and, work simultaneously with someone else in a file. Alright, let's get started.
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