Google Docs allows for real-time collaboration, a history of changes, track changes,
auto saving, work from anywhere, offline work mode, exporting, file storage and more. Most
importantly, it allows us to stay organized and instantly see the most recent version of your
Google Docs is a free Google app that provides users with the ability to create, edit, and
collaborate with others live on the web. It also integrates with Google Drive, Google’s new storage
app, creating a single place for you to access your document from anywhere! To get started with
Google Docs, all you need is to create a free Google account.
How to use:
Step 1: Create a document
To create a new document:
- On your computer, open the Docs home screen at docs.google.com.
- In the top left, under “Start a new document,” click New .
You can also create new documents from the URL docs.google.com/create.
Step 2: Edit and format
To edit a document:
On your computer, open a document in Google Docs.
- To select a word, double-click it or use your cursor to select the text you want to change.
- Start editing.
- To undo or redo an action, at the top, click Undo or Redo
Note: To edit a document on a touchscreen device, like a Pixel Book, double-tap the document to start typing.
You can add and edit text, paragraphs, spacing, and more in a document
- Format paragraphs or font
- Add a title, heading, or table of contents
Step 3: Share & work with others
You can share files and folders with people and choose whether they can view, edit, or comment on
Google Docs is a free Web-based application in which documents and spreadsheets can
be created, edited and stored online. Files can be accessed from any computer with an Internet
connection and a full-featured Web browser.
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