You can access a free word processor anywhere you have internet access. Learn how to access Google Docs and create a blank doc or template.
- [Instructor] Let's create a Google Doc, … which is Google's product name … for a word processing document. … It's the Google equivalent of Microsoft Word. … There's a few ways to create and access a Google Doc. … The first way is to go to Google Docs directly … by pointing your browser to docs.google.com. … Before you can use Google Docs, … you'll need to be signed in with a Google account. … If you don't have one, … you'll be prompted to get one … the first time you visit Google Docs. … And remember, it is free. … If you are signed in and you have multiple Google accounts, … you can make sure you're signed into the right one … by clicking on your profile avatar … on the top right-hand side of the screen. … You'll be able to see what Google account … you're signed in as. … If it's not the right one, … you can click Add Account down at the bottom. … And from here, you can flip back and forth between accounts, … which is useful if you have a personal Google account … and a work Google account. …
- Creating, naming, saving, and editing docs
- Formatting text
- Creating a table of contents
- Inserting images and tables
- Copying, renaming, and moving docs
- Publishing docs on the web
- Sharing docs
- Translating docs
- Using Google Docs on mobile devices
Skill Level Beginner
Google Drive Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton1h 21m Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Docs
2. Edit Google Docs
3. Work with Images
4. Create Tables, Columns, and Charts
5. Work with Google Docs
6. Collaborate on and Share Google Docs
7. Use Google Docs on a Mobile Device
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