Who needs expensive, old-fashioned office software? Now, you can do everything online, free, with Google Docs! Experts Steve and Nancy Holzner offer simple, step-by-step instructions and great insider tips for making the most of Googleas powerful online word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation tools. Youall get started fast... learn how to create and format professional-quality documents of all kinds... collaborate with colleagues to build better proposals and presentations... use advanced tools like revision history, templates, and charts... discover Google Docsa latest features and shortcuts... and a whole lot more! No matter what kind of documents you create, this book can help you do the job better, faster, and more efficiently... and youall never pay for office software again! Youall Learn How To ac Get your free Google account and set up iGoogle for instant access to your documents ac Upload and use the documents youave already created with Microsoft Office ac Use Google Spreadsheet to create charts to display spreadsheet data ac Master Google Docsa easy, powerful document-editing and formatting tools ac Insert images into your documents and presentations ac Share documents securely with your colleagues ac Back up your documents offline and edit them when you donat have an Internet connection Steven Holzner, former contributing editor at PC Magazine, is author of 108 computer books that have sold more than 2.5 million copies. His most recent Pearson book is Facebook Marketing. Nancy Holzner writes and edits technology books from her home in central New York state. Her recent publications include books on Intuit QuickBase and Zoho. Nancy has also worked as a medievalist, a high school teacher, and a corporate trainer. CATEGORY: Productivity Suites COVERS: Google Docs USER LEVEL: Beginning-IntermediateSo make sure that any notes you attach to your slides are appropriate for everyone viewing the presentation. ... But Google gives you another option for communicating during a presentation: sending instant messages, commonly ... For example, when you want to share some text thata#39;s not already on a slide, you can copy that text and paste it into the chat window. ... you can paste a video into the chat pane, and audience members can play it right there without leaving the presentation.
|Title||:||Google Docs 4 Everyone|
|Author||:||Steven Holzner, Nancy Holzner|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2009-02-09|