You may find you need to get an old version back. Learn how to work with previous revisions in Google Docs.
- [Jess] Google Docs has excellent revision history; … that is, the ability to go back and see … what's changed in your doc over time, … and even restore to that version. … To see the revision history of your doc, … click the All changes saved in Drive link … at the top center of the screen. … It could also be a date or a time. … It might not necessarily say this text, … but it's always going to be in that place. … It's going to open up the revision history pane … on the right-hand side. … Here, you can see the major dates and chunks … of revision history time. … To see every incremental change to your doc, … you can expand this version. … This is going to show you distinct changes … and points of time in your doc, … because, remember, you don't ever … hit the Save button on a Google Doc. … Every change you make is saved. … Something that you can do … is name a particular save version. … I can click on the saved version … and give it a title. … For example, this might have been … when I made some minor text edits. …
- Identify the steps needed to successfully create Google Docs.
- Differentiate between headers, footers, and footnotes within Google Docs.
- Explain how to correctly assign permission levels to others when sharing and collaborating Google Docs.
- Explore how to place charts and images within Google Docs.
- Determine whether edits and revisions are made to Google Docs.
- Recognize where Google Docs are located, shared, and saved.
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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