Create, manage, edit and share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online with Google Docs. The articles and tips in this section teach you how to use the program to it’s fullest capacity. From basic, getting-started articles to projects for advanced users, the Google Docs section shows you everything you need to know to kick Microsoft Office and other productivity suites to the curb.
The convenience and collaboration features of even the free version of Google Docs are quite powerful, but take some adjustment. With this comprehensive collection of tutorials and tips on how to use Google Docs you will be up to speed in no time and on your way to serious expertise soon after.
Keeping costs in line is important for all businesses and one way of doing this is to control spending on technology. You may think you simply have to buy Microsoft Office, but Google Docs pricing is quite competitive in many cases. Read on to learn more about whether this Google service is for you.
Dropbox is advertised as a file synchronization service and Google Docs is advertised as a Web-based document editor, but both services have one feature in common: each allows you to store your files online in the cloud and access them from anywhere
OpenOffice is a free, desktop application suite for editing documents and Google Docs is a free, web-based one. Find out which is better for mobility, which has more features, which is that fastest – and, most importantly – which is right for you.
Formerly, Google users could sync Google Docs with a local folder via Gears for offline access, but that feature is no longer available. Now, users wishing to sync docs must rely on a third party application to get the job done. We discuss two of those th
The Google docs equation editor is useful for students and professionals who want to display mathematical formulas in a document that requires collaboration of many users. It functions as a useful tool, assisting computer users in entering symbols, operands, scripts, or an equation into Google docs.
In our mobile society, we often find ourselves developing materials offline and needing to upload them on the Internet somewhere safe and secure for later access. You can do this with Microsoft Word 2007 and Google Docs — here’s how.
If you are a teacher, then you probably create a rubric every time you grade projects or assessments. Maybe you use them to communicate expectations to students and parents, as well. Learn how the rubric template with-in Google Docs can simplify this lengthy but very important task
Google Docs is an amazingly useful application that allows real-time collaboration among users situated at distant locations. It allows users to share Google documents and work on them concurrently. Find out how to write group projects using Google docs along with Google Docs tips and tricks…