Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Downloading your files, part of Migrating from Office 2010 to Google Apps.
- In the next chapter,…I'm going to talk a little bit…about creating Google docs themselves.…But let's talk about downloading them.…Now if you're currently on the same computer…as one that you've installed the Desktop app…you shouldn't ever need to download…your files from the browser.…They're already syncing via the Desktop app.…However, let's say you're using your Google slides…to make a presentation, and you need to get…your presentation onto a different computer,…say one that's hooked up to a projector.…You can log on to your Google account…on that computer that's hooked up to the projector,…download your file, and then log out.…
Alternatively, you can log into any computer…by visiting drive.google.com,…download your file,…copy it to a portable USB flash drive,…and take it over to a different computer.…However, you always need to remember if you're doing this…to sign out when you're done.…You can do that by clicking on…the top right-hand side of the screen,…clicking the down arrow or your avatar…if you've added one to your profile,…
- Understanding security and storage space on Google Drive
- Uploading and downloading files
- Converting files
- Sharing files with others
- Suggesting edits instead of tracking changes
- Replacing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with Google apps
- Switching from Outlook to Gmail and Google Calendar
- Running the Google Migration
Skill Level Beginner
1. Considerations before Migrating
2. Starting the Migration
3. Working in Google Drive
4. Working with Google Docs
5. Converting Contacts, Calendar, and Email from Outlook
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