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Ana Banos

Google Docs Blog - 25 views

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    Blown away by the new updates! I have a lot of work to update!
Nicole Lakusta

MaryFran's Google Docs Tutorials - 53 views

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    Very Comprehensive site full of useful tutorials on all things Google Docs. 
Jeff Johnson

Google Docs editing finally comes to iPhone, iPad, Android - 31 views

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    Those who depend on Google Docs know how frustrating it is when you want to make a simple change from an iPhone, but can't because Google Docs is read-only on mobile devices. Until now, that is. Google has just introduced a new mobile editor that makes it possible to make changes to your Google Docs from any iOS 3.x or later device, as well as from Android devices running Froyo (2.2).
Dean Mantz

Fourteen Interesting Ways to use Google Docs in the Classroom - Google Docs - 1 views

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    Concepts and ideas for integrating Google Docs into the classroom.
Michelle Krill

Google Docs Guide: How to do Stuff with Google Docs - 0 views

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    "A Practical guide to Google Docs: Learn how to do anything and everything with your online Google Office."
Jeff Johnson

Send to Google Docs Opens Any Linked Document Directly in Google Docs (Firefox Extension) - 0 views

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    Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): The Send to Google Docs Firefox extension adds an entry to your right-click menu to send supported filetypes directly to Google Docs. The new entry is context sensitive, so it only appears when you right click supported filetypes, which include Word docs, PDFs, PowerPoint, Excel, and every Open Document format. You've been able to open Gmail attachments in Google Docs for quite a while now, but this extension bridges the gap and makes Google Docs that much more of a viable, web-based Microsoft Office replacement. Send to Google Docs is free, works wherever Firefox does.
Tami Brass

Gone Google - 0 views

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    Add your own lesson ideas to this collection > > > 1. Create your lesson in Google Docs, be sure to include screen shots. 2. Focus on the content of the lesson for teachers not necessarily the detail of how to use the tools. 3. Make your Google Doc public and e-mail the link to: gonelessons@gmail.com
Tami Brass

Google Docs Templates - 1 views

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    Lots of templates available in Google Docs. Who needs word?
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